Month: August 2014

The colors in the City

On the way to the dining venue one day in Hong Kong (Wan Chai) from the metro (underground train), I noticed this colorful and distinctive styled architecture. I am actually not disfamiliar with this area. This path is the usual route for me, yet most of the time I walked from the other way round.
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Seek to Understand than React

During my psychological learning I was given chance to study about Behavioral Conditioning. In general, the theory of conditioning points out that when a person is given a stimulus each time as he/she is exposed to a condition, even these two have no any prior linkage to each other, then gradually he/she would associate the
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The older side of the city

This is one of the relatively older living buildings in Hong Kong built in the 20st century. Many young who are born after the millennium may not know the fact that Hong Kong was once built up by these five floored and no more than 10 digit number blocks, before the rapid increase of the
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Stay Real.

As a counselor, I have become aware of the “not ok – go get fixed” solution seeking mechanism in many individuals. When one is in bad shape, it is natural for us to think that he/she ought to find a way to recover – For physical damage, we seek a doctor for medication; for emotional
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After a Storm Comes a Calm

After the Storm we crawl at the heart of the aftermath.  Chaos. Chaos. Chaos.  There is so much destroyed beyond repair.  So much has lost and gone forever.    What is left is much more worse to handle.  The physical damage on us is catastrophic, yet the emotional pain is ever harder to deal with. 
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