Monthly Archives: June 2008

明天你是否依然爱我

Will you still love me tomorrow  (míngtiān nǐ shìfǒu yīrán ài wǒ)   This is another popular song written by Angus Tung. The late Anita Mui (梅艳芳 Méi Yànfāng)  sang this song with Angus sometime in 1990. There seems to be a great deal … Continue reading

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其实你不懂我的心

  You don’t really know my heart (qíshí nǐ bù dǒng wǒde xīn)  is Angus Tung most memorable hit song.    nǐ shuō wǒ xiàng yún zhuōmō bù dìng 你 说 我 像 云 捉摸 不 定                               (zhuo mo … Continue reading

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把根留住

  Let the roots remain (bǎ gēn liú zhù) Singer is  Angus Tung 童安格 (tóng ān gé).  Title may seems strange. But then this song was written by Angus to remind the people of Taiwan that they are still Chinese, even though … Continue reading

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Ruling coalition suffers major setback

Meanwhile in India, the ordinary people and farmers are suffering from ever increasing prices of essential items such as food, fuel and fertilisers, while ruling politicians are filling their pockets with ill-gained money.  This is a country which a few … Continue reading

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Fury, paralysis in Bangkok

  Thailand, the land of smiles, is currently undergoing a topsy turvy period. Opposition political party is holding a series of demonstration agaisnt current Prime Minister. Columnist Bunn Nagara commented that "protesters are pushing mass rallies into becoming the third principal agency … Continue reading

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