So with Christmas around the corner, do you think about the carbon emission increased, indirectly of the extra food or products consumed? For example the CO2 emission from shipping some exortic delicacy across the Pacific Ocean? For Hong Kong, I guess it is the lightings - from the skycrapers dotting both sides of the Victoria Harbour to just ordinary residential or commercial buildings in your neck of the woods. We better catch up before the whole of China has that kind of light pollution like in Hong Kong. You don't believe it? The pics in this post are taken in Beijing, and these installations are growing everywhere.
Extra: my enviromentally unrelated blog entry on Christmas.
中國人 Chinese 香港人 Montrealer montréalais HongKonger 華裔加拿大人 canadien.
but principal: être flotteur extraordinaire avec beaucoup d'argent hahaha!
I am NOT proud to say I've finally signed up on Facebook, one of the time wasting social media blackholes. My share of social networking accounts: flickr, youtube, meetup, delicio.us bla bla bla. They bring you people "de quatre coins du monde"... parfois étrange hahaha!