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Lion and Rabbit, who grew up in ""Xinlin Village"", have different backgrounds and experiences. Their lives are like two parallel lines, but they have some intersections, such as always being unable to get rid of worries and sorrows, and it is difficult to live in the present with heart. One day, the Xinlin tree in the village seemed to receive their troubles, and the Xinlin fruit fell from the tree crown. Lion and Rabbit use these fruits to gradually realize the power of ""Xinlin"", and even discover ways to help themselves live in the present...

  • AuthorChoi Yat Ling, Yuen Wai Wai
  • PublisherExtraordinary Publishing House
  • Publication Date2023
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The book is about footbridges in Hong Kong. The Elevated City. From the perspective of architects and urban designers, it first elaborates on the current situation of Hong Kong's urban space and the process of Hong Kong becoming an elevated city. Then it goes into various communities to observe the planning and design of the elevated network, the pros and cons of pedestrian usage habits, and the relationship with the community.

  • AuthorDeson Wu, Xavier Chan
  • PublisherJoint Publishing (Hong Kong) Company Limited
  • Publication Date2022
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The book offers a captivating mix of unexpected puzzles and surprising answers, aiming to spark creativity, stimulate imagination, and provide endless enjoyment through games. It also comprehensively enhances IQ and learning abilities.

  • Author世界仔
  • PublisherWorld Publishing House
  • Publication Date2021
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The text from the web page is a continuation of the book “What Parents Don’t Know About Kindergarten Life.” In “What Teachers Don’t Want Parents to Know About Kindergarten Life,” the author, Ling Dan, further describes things that happen in kindergarten which teachers might prefer to keep from parents:

Reluctance to Attend: The heart-wrenching cries of “I don’t want to go to school!” are most frequent not in the first week of school, but in the third, with a high recurrence rate.

Fire Drills: Shortly after school starts, not only do the children in class N have to participate in fire drills, but even the babies in the nursery who can only crawl must take part.

Hardships: After paying thousands in tuition, children in kindergarten may end up doing laborious tasks, getting drenched in the rain, and on their birthdays, they might even witness the distressing scene of a piñata being torn apart.

Inquisitive Minds: Besides mastering the art of asking “Really?” and “Why?” with full expression, children also develop a verbal agility that surpasses even that of adult women in Hong Kong.

  • AuthorLing Dan
  • PublisherYi Ding Culture
  • Publication Date2014
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Dr. Ng's book delves into the diverse questions posed by patients, reflecting their different mindsets when seeking medical care. Through intriguing encounters during patient consultations, the book enlightens readers about important aspects to consider when seeking medical attention and emphasizes key points in communicating with doctors. It also explores real-life cases to shed light on social justice and doctor-patient relationships, highlighting the significance of societal health and individual well-being. Professor Rocky S. Tuan, President and Vice-Chancellor of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, sincerely recommends the book, noting that Dr. Ng skillfully uncovers the multifaceted aspects of life within the mundane work. Each story is worth savoring.

  • AuthorDr. William Ng
  • PublisherYi Ding Culture
  • Publication Date2014
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This book offers a religious perspective on the metaverse, exploring its structure, community culture, and practical applications. It also delves into spreading the gospel of Christ to the virtual world and beyond. Endorsed by numerous well-known figures, it's recommended for readers interested in the future of the metaverse and believers in Christ. As developers of the metaverse, our goal is to make this technology popular and practical. "Metaverse: Digital Evangelism and Innovative Technology" presents a blueprint for bringing the gospel to the virtual world and overcoming public reservations about the metaverse and NFT technology. If you're a Christian or intrigued by metaverse technology, this book is a must-read.

  • AuthorColin Lee, Chen Jiale
  • PublisherSuper Media Publishing Co., Ltd.
  • Publication Date2023
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