I got my first article published in Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post, their Letters to the Editor, on last Sat (Jan 5).
The topic is on why Hong Kong schools should reward students for doing exercise.
I have provided the link on last Friday (Jan 4)’s Facebook (email@example.com) account, thus please feel free to check it out.
I submitted the article to them on Dec 30 last year (2018).
Thus a really good start to the new year, and also a good way to reciprocate my New Year wishes.
Let’s hope this is the first of many to come. 🙂
A belated Happy New Year 2019 to everyone.
Sorry for this late updating, as I am really busy lately.
Since it is already a week past the New Year, I am now updating my total newspaper contributions for the last year, 2018.
I had 19 articles published in Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post, their Letters to the Editor.
And I had 15 articles published in Singapore’s mainstream newspaper lianhe zaobao forum.
I also had 1 article published in Shanghai’s district tabloid newspaper.
So all in all, I had 35 articles published.
The goal I set for myself at the beginning of last year was to have 36 articles published, so I am almost on par with the target.
The contributions were also better than the previous year 2017. In that year, I only had 17 articles published in Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post; and at most 14 articles published in Singapore’s mainstream newspaper lianhe zaobao forum.
So I am really happy about my writing achievements in the last year, 2018.
So add oil to me.
What a surprise.
My number 15th article appearing in Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post, their Letters to the Editor tomorrow.
Link as follows:
I only submitted the article to them on Nov 2, which was last Thursday after lunch.
My number 12th article appeared in Singapore’s lianhe zaobao forum today.
It is on the topic of how to encourage lawyers to do more pro bono work outside of their office hours.
I only submitted the article to them on last Sat evening.
Wow, it is 12 already so far.
My Singapore church friend notified me yesterday afternoon that my number 11th article appeared in Singapore’s lianhe zaobao forum yesterday.
If you have yesterday’s paper with you, please do check out my article, on the topic of “How to better protect the maid’s employer’s interests”.
I only submitted the article to them lianhe zaobao forum on this Monday after lunch.
Wish everyone a happy mid-autumn festival in advance.
For those of you in Singapore, not so lucky, as this day is not set as a public holiday in the country. However, it is okay, you can still consider to take leave that day.
Anyway, my number 10th article appeared in Singapore’s lianhe zaobao forum on this Tue (Sept 18). My Singapore church friend saw the piece of article and WeChat it to me. The topic is “The current legal profession reform system can still be improved”.
Afraid that you will have to dig out the old newspaper to check it out.
Hope everyone is looking forward to the TGIF tomorrow and then the coming weekend.
Anyway, my number 9th article appeared in Singapore’s lianhe zaobao forum on Tue (Sept 11) this week.
It is on the topic of the difficulty of keeping or abolishing 377A.
Afraid that you may have to dig out the old newspaper to read my article. :-p
Suddenly, the inspiration came on last Sat evening, and I wrote the article and submitted it just before dinnertime.