Tian tian mi mi

Genre: Romance

Comrade, get up we are in Hong Kong.

Dear Xiao-ting, Finally I've arrived.

Hong Kong is very far away from home.

Everything is so different from Wusih

Lots of cars, lots of people,

and lots of pick-pockets too.

The Cantonese speak loudly and rude.

Xiao-ting. I Already miss you.

What do you want?

Is Ms. Li There?

A Mainlanderl You want a hooker?

Girls! Customer at the door...

I am looking for my aunt.

Can somebody speak Mandarin?

There are lots of foreigners

here. Speaking languages unknown.

Even Chinese Cantonese.

I still don't have a clue.

It is so foreign. With

the exception of aunt.

She speaks Mandarin.

Aunt is very nice. She gave

me a room, all to myself.

It's got great view.

And even my own toilet.

So I don't have to go out to pee at

night. It's so much better than home.

Everything is fine here,

don't worry about me.

Hong Kong people are weird. It

seems they don't need to work.

They wake up late in the morning.

Dress up and go out for fun everynight.

Aunt told me that...

Don't call me aunt. Call me Rosie.


Right. Come in.

Wear this for the job interview.

The way you dress. The cops will

send you back across the border.

Thank you.

Be careful. Take this to

dry-clean on your 1st pay-day.

One day, he'll come back for it.

You mean uncle?


You two are a bit a like.

Rosie, the delivery is

here, where is your purse?

William H.

For God's sake.

This is only a butcher shop.

Why are you all dressed up.

I'll take him to buy

some cheap clothings.

Alright, come to work at 6 in the

morning. That's our busiest hours.

By the way. Teach this

hick some Cantonese.

Got you! Thanks a lot.

Let's go.

Thank you.


Your Aunt really loves you,

giving you Boozer's suit and all.

Watch where you going.

God damn cab driver. You deserve

to be a cab driver for life.

And for your next lives too!

Forget it. What Boozer? It's William.

What William? Your Aunt was

crazy about William Holden.

So one night, she picked up a Boozer on the street

and told everybody that he was William Holden.

You understand me. She's nuts.

Dear Xiao-ting. I've found a job.

In the transportation business It's

very laid back and it pays good.

I make around $ 2,000 a month,

Plus bonus. Are you proud of me?

I'm making more money

than the mayor of Tientsin.

I work on the streets a lot. Especially

Tsimshatsul, I know the area by heart,

Tsimshatsui is where

all the happenings are.

I'm a little soldier. I came from

the peasants. I kick Japanese ass.

You're nuts.

Learning Cantonese

is vital in Hong Kong.

But even after I've Learnt it. I still don't

get much of what people said on the street.

Xiao Ting. Tomorrow is my pay

day. I'll buy you a present.

And I will go to a place where

Wusih people have never been.

Can I help somebody here?

Can I take your order sir?

Ham... Hamburger.

Anything else?

Ke kou... ke... ke kou ke... Co... Co...


Yes! Coke!

For here or to go?

Eat here or take home?

Eat here!

Help wanted

Thank you, five dollars

and sixty cents please.

Five dollars and sixty cents.

Alright. Next please.

Excuse me...

Manager, someone wants to

talk to you. Step aside please.

Can I help you?

- How are you?

- You want a job?

You speak Cantonese?

A little bit.

How about English?

Not really.

Leave your name and phone number.

This is my name and phone number.

I can't find the manager.


Thank you.

You from the Mainland?

Yes, how do you know?

By your Cantonese! It's awful!

You'll have trouble not

knowing English in Hong Kong.

I know, but what can I do.

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Zhao Chen

Zhao Chen (born 24 June 1989) in Shenyang is a Chinese international handballer, who plays for Croatian club RK Zamet.As an international for China national handball team he has competed at the 2010 Asian Games, 2010 Asian Championship, 2012 Asian Championship, 2014 Asian Championship, 2016 Asian Championship and 2018 Asian Championship more…

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