HaileyinHongKong

HaileyinHongKong 

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HaileyinHongKong posted on the thread TV program need a host (JAKARTA) on the Indonesia forum

wakaw wrote:

- male / female 19-35 years old
- foreigners
- caucasian , pan asia
- talkative
- have special skills like ; cooking, magician, music, sports etc. (atractive skill)
- doesn't have any phobia
- able to shoot in different countries (1-2 weeks / episode)
- ready to get contract

I meet all of those requirements, but I'll only consider the job if Fred can do a sight read while I watch.

HaileyinHongKong posted on the thread Declining ports in U.S on the USA forum

mugtech wrote:

HaileyinHongKong wrote:

I would assume Detroit is not up to speed.

I heard the same about Phoenix, AZ

At least Phoenix can rise from its ashes.

HaileyinHongKong posted on the thread welcome mr president joko widodo on the Indonesia forum

Ubudian wrote:

The HK student protest was big news here.

That's funny since our big news will never amount to anything and your big news could have easily been very bad for a lot of people.  Overall, I'd say the Indonesia election is more important.

By the way, the protests are still going.

HaileyinHongKong posted on the thread Extend 30 Day Visa on the Indonesia forum

That depends entirely on your definitions.  Do you consider someone spitting on the ground right in front of you or blowing cigarette smoke directly in your face polite?  When I was hobbling around town on crutches, not a single person ever gave up their seat on the MTR for me.  I see pregnant women and very old people standing on trains while young, seemingly healthy 20-year-old men sit.  It's not my culture and I don't expect them to do anything my way, but that's not respectful by any definition.

HaileyinHongKong posted on the thread i want a friend on the USA forum

No one could go online and talk to people all over the world at the click of a link in the '80s.

HaileyinHongKong posted on the thread welcome mr president joko widodo on the Indonesia forum

This was on Hong Kong news for about a second.  It was the first mention of Indonesia since speculation that there would be a coup.  If someone in Hong Kong only relied on local news, they would think Indonesia's new president took his office in a violent uprising.

HaileyinHongKong posted on the thread ISIS Presence in Indonesia on the Indonesia forum

This is interesting.  Is Britain a better breeding ground because the people who want to kill and fight are more likely to be children and grandchildren of expats/immigrants, or does living in Britain simply make people angrier than living in Indonesia?

HaileyinHongKong posted on the thread Moving to the USA with a criminal record. on the USA forum

mugtech wrote:

Back in 1970 possession of less than an oz of weed was a felony, meant you were morally unfit to be drafted into the US Army. (see Alice's Restaurant by Arlo Guthrie for details)

That's crazy.  That seems like the army was rewarding people.