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[Homework]2009-12-04 Smart Travels 香港篇—10

Further recently New Territories we can walk throgh Low Wai walled village.
This was the first walled village built by the Tan Clan.Rural villages often built inside protective walls as defencing its wild animals and bandies and rival calns.People living in the walled villages were usually large standard families.At one time,600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages occupied by a few dozens residence,many of the younger people leaved the village looking for work and new opportunities,never to return.
Located in the village of Lamshin,this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese new year,thousands of Hong Kong people make a wish at the spot,so they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree.How does it work?When you buy special colorful paper,the tail doing orange.And you write your name and your wish on it.To keep from over-stressing the tree ranges, visitors are couraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts,but the magical is said to be just as it powerful.  
Hong Kong has so many faces,look * of downtown streets,the solitude of little harbors, and the many secret rituals like * of incense the permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.
I have one more wish to make,that won't be long until I'm back in Hong Kong.Here's hoping all your travel wishes come true,I'm Rudge Maxa,see you again.

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Further east in the New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village. 

This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan. Rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits, and rival clans.

People living in the walled villages were usually large, extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the village is occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to return.

Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese new year, thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to this spot so that they can hang their wishes on this celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special, colorful paper that’s attached to an orange. Then you write your name and your wish on it. To keep from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, but the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces, the cacophony of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals. Like plumes of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish to make, that it won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here’s hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa. Zuai gin! (最后两个词应该是广东话的再见)
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Further recent New Territories,we can walk through Lo Wai walled village.

This was the first walled village built by the Tan clan.Rural villages were often built inside the protective walls as to defense against the wild animals,bandits and rival clans.

People living in the wall villages were usually large extended families.And one time,600 people crowed into this very small area,today the village occupied by a few dozen residents.Many of younger people leave village looking for work and new opportunities never return.

Located in the village of Lan Shin,this wishing tree is said to have magical powers.During Chinese New Year,thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to this spot so that they can hang their wishes on this celebrated banyan tree.How does it work? You'll buy the special colorful paper that is attached with orange,and you write your name and your wish on it.To keep from overstraining the tree's branches,visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on this nearby wooden posts,but the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has some many faces --- cacophony downtown streets,the subdued little harbors and many sacred rituals.Like blooms of incense,they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish to make that won't be long until I'm back to Hong Kong.Here is hoping your travel wishes come true.I am Rudy Maxa,join again.
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further east in the ner territories,we can walk through the Lao Wai village.
this was tfe first walled village built by the Tang clan.rural village often built inside protective wall as a defense against wild animals,bandits and rival clans.
people living in walled village usually has large extended families.
and one time,six hundred people crowded into this small area.
todat the village are occupied a few dozen residents.
many young people leave the village looking for works and opportunities,nevre to return.
located in the village Lam Stuen,this wishing tree is said have magic powers.
during chinese new year,thousands of  hong kong people make pilgrimage to the spot,so they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree.
how does it work?well, you buy some special colorful paper that's attachd to an orange,and you write your name and wish on it.
to keep it from overstraining the tree branches,visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on nearby wooden posts.but the magic is said to be as powerful.
hong kong has so many faces,the cacophony of downtown streets,the solitude of little harbors,and many sacred rituals.Like plumes of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.
i hve a one more wish to make that it won't be long until i 'm back in hong kong.Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true.
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为什么大家最后都写“Join again”呢?其实他说的是广东话的“再见”。
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Further east in the New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village.

“This was the first wall village built by the Tang Clan. Rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits and rival clans.”

People living in the walled villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the village is occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to return.

Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese New Year, thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to this spot, so that they can hang their wishes on this celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that’s attached to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it. To keep from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, but the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces, the cacophony of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many scared rituals, like plumes of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

“I have one more wish to make that it won’t be long until I come back to Hong Kong. Here’s hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa. Zuai Gin!”
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