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回覆 (59): 北斗衛星導航系統
北斗系統可逐步開始使用 定位精度將達10米
http://www.chinareviewnews.com/doc/1016/5/6/1/101656151.html?coluid=4&kindid=16&docid=101656151&mdate=0411092732
george1977
11-04-11
16:49:12
回覆 (58): 北斗衛星導航系統
北斗衛星導航系統 2020年將覆蓋全球
http://www.chinareviewnews.com/doc/1016/5/6/1/101656106.html?coluid=4&kindid=18&docid=101656106&mdate=0411092508
george1977
11-04-11
16:48:08
回覆 (57): 誰掌控了定價權誰就可以掌握世界經濟的命運
美金融巨頭掌控全球價格 中國拿什麼買石油
http://www.chinareviewnews.com/doc/1016/5/6/7/101656726.html?coluid=10&kindid=255&docid=101656726&mdate=0411155425
george1977
11-04-11
16:46:26
回覆 (56): 捧殺
 
有多少國家曾倒在美國“捧殺”之下
http://big5.xinhuanet.com/gate/big5/news.xinhuanet.com/mil/2010-03/04/content_13096749.htm
george1977
11-04-11
16:38:59
回覆 (55): Aircraft Carrier
專家:美掠走世人巨額財富只因軍力天下第一
http://www.chinareviewnews.com/doc/1016/1/1/4/101611471.html?coluid=4&kindid=16&docid=101611471&mdate=0227095147
george1977
11-04-11
16:37:13
回覆 (54): Aircraft Carrier
 
 
瓦良格號改建接近完工 中國首艘航母即將出航
http://www.chinareviewnews.com/doc/1016/5/2/2/101652219.html?coluid=4&kindid=16&docid=101652219&mdate=0407102018
george1977
11-04-08
17:45:52
回覆 (53): Aircraft Carrier
美析中美軍事對抗資本:中國航母進展迅猛  
 
http://www.chinareviewnews.com/doc/1016/5/2/3/101652348.html?coluid=4&kindid=16&docid=101652348&mdate=0407113438
george1977
11-04-08
17:43:49
回覆 (52): Aircraft Carrier
You and I both know who is 華為,do you know what they do when they start 10 odd years ago? A couple of 百年老店 closed because of this young tiger 華為 ^__^!!!  
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where do they get the technology?
drwkng
11-04-08
01:03:38
回覆 (51): Aircraft Carrier
OMG!!! It looks like one of those home brew Bottlehead projects.  
I'm ashame....  
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I am indeed quite pleased, everything has a start. You don't have to intrude people when you are armed but at least it can prevent some assholes coming to you asking for 保護費。  
 
You and I both know who is 華為,do you know what they do when they start 10 odd years ago? A couple of 百年老店 closed because of this young tiger 華為 ^__^!!!  
 
阿爺行緊大運, enjoy the moment, have fun, lets share the joy!!!!
icefox
11-04-08
01:00:06
回覆 (51): Aircraft Carrier
日前,一些国内的网络军事论坛纷纷登载了在我国大连造船厂改建的“瓦良格”号航空母舰的照片,从图片中,我们可以看到该工程正在进入收尾阶段,该航母的大型舰桥(除主动相控阵雷达系统外)已接近完工。该航母已被涂装成标准的中国海军淡灰蓝色涂装。4月号的加拿大《汉和防务评论》杂志认为,改建后的“瓦良格”号航空母舰将在今年进入海上试航阶段,这将标志着中国拥有航母——这一历史时刻的到来。来源:环球网  
 
http://news.xinhuanet.com/photo/2011-04/06/c_121269711.htm
feikeung
11-04-08
00:26:36
回覆 (50): Aircraft Carrier
OMG!!! It looks like one of those home brew Bottlehead projects.  
I'm ashame....  
 
feikeung
11-04-08
00:15:38
回覆 (49): Aircraft Carrier
Chinese Aircraft Carrier May Be Near Completion  
By EDWARD WONG  
Published: April 7, 2011  
 
BEIJING — The Chinese state news agency has posted photographs of an aircraft carrier under reconstruction that appears to show the warship near completion. Captions with the photos said that construction would end soon, and that the carrier is expected to sail later this year.  
 
The photos of the carrier, the Varyag, which China bought from the Ukraine in 1998, appeared Wednesday on the Web site of Xinhua, the state news agency. It was the first time that Xinhua had given visual evidence of the carrier project, which is widely seen as a linchpin of China’s military modernization and naval ambitions. The carrier is being rebuilt in the waters of Dalian, a coastal city in eastern China.  
 
Xinhua cited a military analysis magazine based in Canada, Kanwa Asian Defense Review, as saying that the ship will be ready to sail this year. The fact that Xinhua used that information in a photo caption appeared to be an official endorsement of that view.  
 
Xinhua’s headline with the photos said: “Huge warship on the verge of setting out, fulfilling China’s 70-year aircraft carrier dreams.” One caption said: “A few days ago, domestic online military forums consecutively published photographs of the Varyag aircraft carrier being reconstructed at China’s Dalian shipyard. From the pictures, we can see that this project is entering its final stage.” The caption noted that construction on the bridge was almost done, with the exception of a radar system.  
 
The online sites it referred to are discussion forums used by Chinese military enthusiasts.  
 
Andrei Cheng, the founder of the magazine in Canada said in a telephone interview on Thursday that the photographs published by Xinhua showed the carrier at a much more advanced stage of construction than he had expected. He said his magazine had gotten photos of the carrier taken in February, but that those photos did not show any paint on the ship’s upper structure, while the ones published by Xinhua did.  
 
“The speed is very, very amazing, he said. “It’s surprised me.”  
 
At a news conference last week, a spokesman for the People’s Liberation Army declined to answer a question from a foreign journalist about the carrier project. A broad-ranging national defense white paper released by the military that day had no details on the carrier.  
 
On Thursday, a Foreign Ministry spokesman was asked about the carrier photos at a regularly scheduled news conference in Beijing.  
 
“Please refer to the relevant authorities for details,” said the spokesman, Hong Lei. “I would like to emphasize that China follows a peaceful path of development.”  
 
In January, photographs emerged on Chinese military forums of the J-20 stealth fighter, which has been under construction in Sichuan Province. The appearance of the photos came just days before Robert M. Gates, the United States Defense Secretary, visited China. Military officials tested the fighter while Mr. Gates was in Beijing, which led to a puzzling and awkward diplomatic moment between Mr. Gates and President Hu Jintao.  
 
 
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/08/world/asia/08carrier.html?hp
feikeung
11-04-08
00:09:52
回覆 (48): Indelible Icon
 
 
What an album.
kris
11-03-26
09:57:16
回覆 (47): Indelible Icon
 
 
Yup...no doubt, Liz been around!  
 
Here's another one that is absolutely 'been there, done that". Will try to catch Bobby in HK, definitely be his last...
kris
11-03-26
09:54:35
回覆 (46): Indelible Icon
feikeung
11-03-26
07:43:44
回覆 (45): Print me a Stradivarius @ Economist
Print me a Stradivarius  
How a new manufacturing technology will change the world  
 
http://www.economist.com/node/18114327?Story_ID=18114327
george1977
11-02-21
12:31:36
回覆 (44): 世上最衰格的風水賤佬 rev 1
夠絕夠高! Feikeung! ^.^
george1977
11-02-19
13:09:00
回覆 (43): 世上最衰格的風水賤佬 rev 1
世纪賤男哨牙通  
厚顏無恥正衰公  
不學無術四圍貢  
咁啱吼到孖辮龔  
老公被綁失埋蹤  
六神無主任慫恿  
呃神騙鬼發嗡風  
又睇風水又掘窿  
把口勁過洪朝豐  
氹到甜甜芳心動  
古井翻波起暗湧  
 
褲頭荷包齊齊鬆  
 
呃完幾億仲呻窮  
成副身家都想擁  
笑口噬噬臉不紅  
陀衰男人真無用  
可憐嬌妻扮哂懵  
為咗銀紙強忍痛  
此案攪到滿城瘋  
茶餘飯後談興濃  
皆勸未來主人翁  
學睇風水咪搵工  
億萬身家輕輕鬆  
何必捱到眼朦朦  
 
feikeung
11-02-18
23:28:00
回覆 (42): 世上最衰格的風水賤佬
 
未遲,未遲!  
 
快快急起直追。古井何其多,趕得切嘅。  
 
 
limage
11-02-18
23:10:07
回覆 (41): 世上最衰格的風水賤佬
我好後悔無學好風水呢門科學!@__@
icefox
11-02-18
22:01:10
回覆 (40): 世上最衰格的風水賤佬
世纪賤男哨牙通  
厚顏無恥正衰公  
不學無術四圍貢  
咁啱吼到孖辮龔  
老公被綁失埋蹤  
六神無主任慫恿  
呃神騙鬼發嗡風  
又睇風水又掘窿  
把口勁過洪朝豐  
氹到甜甜芳心動  
古井翻波起暗湧  
呃完幾億仲呻窮  
成副身家都想擁  
笑口噬噬臉不紅  
陀衰男人真無用  
可憐嬌妻扮哂懵  
為咗銀紙強忍痛  
此案攪到滿城瘋  
茶餘飯後談興濃  
皆勸未來主人翁  
學睇風水咪搵工  
億萬身家輕輕鬆  
何必捱到眼朦朦  
 
feikeung
11-02-18
21:00:58
回覆 (39): 文化中心的種種迷思 @ 劉偉霖 / 信報
 
周光蓁1月19日於《南華早報》的文章,引述雨果製作易有伍之言,謂頂級樂隊能超越文化中心的局限  
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I have friends who hold the same opinion which I cannot readily agree. I guess it's akin to putting the same set of top end equipment in two rooms, the right room and the wrong room. It is the same gear but you'll have to listen to the right room before you know how bad the other one is.  
 
Good stuff in a bad room still sounds much better than crap, isn't it?  
 
limage
11-02-14
14:52:49
回覆 (38): 文化中心的種種迷思 @ 劉偉霖 / 信報
「Hi-Fi 音響」雜誌社的音樂版主編亦是因為文化中心差劣的音響性及每個seat的聲音聆聽感覺不均衡 , 5年前己拒絕再為港樂或外訪樂團演奏會寫concert樂評, 因為曾經有讀者反映某些主筆撰寫的樂評不盡不實兼有極大落差!  
 
難得有心業餘樂評開blog寫樂評, 但場地acoustic己先天不足, 卻又自以為是, 徒招人非議!  
 
好友Raymond Lo 亦說過在文化中心為香港管弦樂團(HKPO)搞archiv錄音是一項高難度挑戰, 用咪的數量及擺咪的位置 (高度和與另一支咪的距離) , 濕度及温度的變化, 觀眾的多寡, 影响聲音最終的品質!
george1977
11-02-14
12:16:35
回覆 (37): 文化中心的種種迷思 @ 劉偉霖 / 信報
2011年1月31日  
 
如是樂  
劉偉霖  
 
文化中心的種種迷思  
 
 
文化中心音樂廳的音響為人詬病,政府痛定思痛,邀請奧雅納工程顧問(Arup)思考對策。他們在港樂及香港中樂團的音樂會中收集數據,於幾個月內提出改善建議。為集思廣益,康文署亦廣邀圈中人出席會議。顧問提出建議之後,到底政府會不會接納,以及接納後見效與否則不得而知,而且還有一項重要限制,就是西九落成之前,不會在文化中心進行建築上的改動,即是說拆卸重建並非即時選項。  
 
大會堂能滿足大部分觀眾,於是文化中心的失敗例子,令不少樂迷深信長方形或鞋盒形音樂廳(大會堂)比圓形或「葡萄園」音樂廳優勝,從而結論文化中心之所以失敗,就是採用葡萄園設計之故。葡萄園設計於二戰後興起,以回應鞋盒形的局限。十九世紀末的鞋盒形音樂廳(例如維也納黃金廳)去到一千五百人左右就很難再加大,如果加長音樂廳,後面的觀眾會聽得很細聲,加闊會令殘響減少。或者將樓座加大,往舞台方向擴展,但這是下下之策,因為「有瓦遮頭」是音響大忌,被覆蓋的地方聲音會變得很差。  
 
文化中心的堂座近半有瓦遮頭(相片中黃線內部分),這些位置正是文化中心音響最恐怖的地方。種葡萄需要陽光,怎可能被石屎擋着?柏林愛樂廳將「無瓦遮頭」的哲學發揮得淋漓盡致,除了貼近牆邊的座位,從地面到山頂都無瓦遮頭,上面就只得屋頂。採用類似設計的有萊比錫布業大樓、慕尼黑Gasteig愛樂廳及東京川崎Muza交響廳。不過葡萄園音樂廳的失敗機會較高,最成功的柏林愛樂廳也要用幾年修正。文化中心畫蛇添足,建一個大騎樓,自招失敗,神仙難救。  
 
排除場地因素  
 
筆者無意盡數文化中心的缺點,但發覺文化中心衍生很多怪論,「失敗只因葡萄園」只是其一。幾年前迪華特試將小提琴分置左右,在場內常聽到人說,迪華特這樣做是因為文化中心音響差。無論小提琴全放左邊,還是分置左右,都不能改變文化中心音效差的事實,迪華特試了一年多便將小提琴歸位。靚聲如維也納黃金廳,同一隊維也納愛樂,有些指揮將小提琴放一邊,有些放左右,以指揮的取向及口味或樂曲的要求而定。  
 
駁斥有關文化中心的悖論,不代表筆者擁戴文化中心。整頓音響不只是為了少數的發燒友,入門者如買錯差勁的位置,留下的壞印象並非針對文化中心,而是古典音樂,他們會覺得「這些爛聲響就是古典音樂?以後不聽了」。對於有相當資歷的聽眾而言,周光蓁講得最好,改善音響,是為了將台上演奏者做出的聲響,準確傳送給台下的聽眾。  
 
演奏者將失敗歸咎於文化中心,他人又難以反駁。周光蓁1月19日於《南華早報》的文章,引述雨果製作易有伍之言,謂頂級樂隊能超越文化中心的局限。對此甚有同感,然而強者雖不受影響,但二流演奏會變三流,平庸演奏會不能入耳。若某次演奏欠佳,很有可能在其他場地不會那麼差,所以改善文化中心音響,就是要將場地因素減至最低,令「場地」不再是解釋現象或自我開脫的方便理由。  
 
位置不同與意見不同  
 
藝團盡量將樂評人安排於同一行,以求將位置分別減至最低,然而文化中心卻令樂評人不敢相信自己的耳朵,常聽見「每個位不同聲」的言論,不單是區域之別,在同一行、坐相連位都會音效殊異,此乃文化中心的最大迷思。若樂評甲大讚、樂評乙大彈,說句「位置不同」,大家一笑置之,這是「古惑的Hall」嘛。筆者不相信文化中心那麼古惑,樂評人被分配來來去去那些位置,熟習環境不難,除非只聽大明星,一年只去文化中心兩三次。克服場地是樂評人工作的一部分,不應輕易向文化中心投降,放棄主見。在靚聲音樂廳也會有意見分歧,難道又要請顧問公司去維也納?  
 
有主見是評論者的必要條件,但要盡可能將主觀意見以充足論據、有邏輯地表達。如果做不到這點,可能意見真的太主觀,或者寫作能力未夠。「我們位置不同,哈哈哈」雖是和平的下台階,但無助交流。相反,論者更應重視如何闡明自己的意見,可惜香港的速食文化,期望「專家」一鎚定音,將「好」「壞」「五粒星」等同評論,忽視好壞背後的論據,若將問題及理由說得具體一點,就說你拋書包扮專家。不少讀者為了肯定自己的觀點而讀評論,相同就是「英雄所見略同」,跟自己不同就是「冇料到」,亦是多元思想的大敵。  
 
意見不同可以是雙方都對,但不代表無可無不可,分歧可能因要求太高或太低,經驗、知識、準備、耳力、集中力的分別,甚至有個人利害等非場地因素造成。英雄未必所見略同,意見相同的,又不一定是英雄。到底是位置不同所以意見不同,還是不能接受異議才以為每個位不同聲?最怕就是嘴巴說「位置不同吧」,另有一番心底話。西諺有云「許願要小心,夢想會成真」,藝團及演奏家們,你們預備好放棄「古惑的Hall」這塊擋箭牌沒有?觀眾及樂評又能不能面對思想的差異?沒了下台階,日後在文化中心或西九,或會出現樂評人圍毆的奇景。  
 
http://www.hkej.com
george1977
11-02-14
11:15:55
回覆 (36): Expert action at last to tackle concert hall sound barriers @ Oliver Chou
"""Yip Wing-sie, music director of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta,......"When I conduct the orchestra on the podium, the sound is in fact quite good. But when I hear it in the audience, the sound always seems like it's coming from a far distance," she said. """""  
 
The sound has always seems to me like coming from a far distance as well.  
 
Tried another 2 postions at the Culltural Hall recently. The one on the balcony made me falll asleep again. The one in the very middle of the fourth row on the ground floor was not too bad. I eventually could hear the violin coming from the left and the cello coming from the right. That's what I have never experienced before at the Cultural Hall. In the second part of the concert, I changed my middle seat with someone's about 6 - 7 seats to the left of the same row. I immediately lost totally the sound of the cello.
ThomasC2
11-02-12
11:54:10
回覆 (35): Expert action at last to tackle concert hall sound barriers @ Oliver Chou
Measurement can be a tool or a hurdle....  
 
I guess the most important thing about getting things right is to know why and what we measure. Very often, we hear people using all kinds of jargons to justify a design of whatever things they do. In audio world, this trick can be especially common.  
 
Of coz, designing a hall is not like snake oil trading. Yet, in order to be a good designer, one needs to know very clearly what sound is preferred instead of what numbers are preferred. As of now, probably some engineers maybe too proud with their own education/training at times to the extend that they may have even closed their ears. I would think in the design team, most important is to have input from real musicians and perhaps even real audience/regular concert goers. The bigger the diversity, probably the less off the result will be. We should let human decides instead of let machines do the job.  
 
I always kid about this - We look at blood pressure to guess health state. If one focus only on this, there will be people dying from other sickness but still concluded as "healthy". Measurements are important but there maybe a lot more crucial measurements that has yet been assessed. Just remember lots of boombox has total harmonics distortion very low. Do they sound at par with audiophile stuff? (Shoot... on second thought, bad example.... boombox can sound better than my place at times....)  
 
Anyway, enough of this bs. Yes, I have nothing better to do as usual.
BenYC
11-02-12
10:42:44
回覆 (34): Expert action at last to tackle concert hall sound barriers @ Oliver Chou
 
It ought to be an illuminating controversy here, one that requires a whole new line of thought among acoustic engineers to realize that the more elaborate the acoustic treatment, the worse the sound tends to become.  
 
I am sure both the Sydney Opera House and HK Cultural Hall would have thousands of convincing curves under their belt during the course of their construction. I am not here to defy scientific measurements as a whole but having been sufficiently fooled over the years, we cannot but question the validity of these measurements against the end product they have wrought. People may just be measuring the wrong parameters!  
 
The Concertgebouw of Holland and the Malting House of Britain are recognized to be the top concerts halls of the world despite their appalling reverb time of 2 seconds which, I am sure, no acoustic engineer would ever have approved even in the wildest of his dreams.  
 
If the design of the music hall is correct from the start, in particular, its dimension and shape, there is hardly the need for remedial treatments. To ensure our future concert hall will be on the right track from day one, I hope the elements of art of music have to be added on top of science if we are to stand any good chances of success.  
 
limage
11-02-12
09:48:16
回覆 (33): Expert action at last to tackle concert hall sound barriers @ Oliver Chou
Any changes will have to wait until the West Kowloon Cultural District and its concert hall are up and running, which will be years away.  
 
 
........... I need to suffer that again tonight.........  
 
 
But I have to pay tax now to wait for the improvement years away.
ken1967
11-02-12
00:41:05
回覆 (32): Expert action at last to tackle concert hall sound barriers @ Oliver Chou
 
Thanks George for this info.  
 
When the experts conduct the acoustic tests, I hope they would make sure the hall is filled with audience, or else they would have absolutely no idea how bad it really can be.  
 
Sydney’s Opera House is bad enough, our Cultural Hall, I think, is not a vee bit better.  
 
 
limage
11-02-10
19:30:46
回覆 (31): Expert action at last to tackle concert hall sound barriers @ Oliver Chou
 
Oliver Chou  
Jan 19, 2011  
A major study of the sound quality in the Cultural Centre concert hall will start tomorrow after two decades of controversy and debate among critics and musicians.  
 
But don't hold your breath waiting to hear any improvement in the sound.  
 
Any changes will have to wait until the West Kowloon Cultural District and its concert hall are up and running, which will be years away.  
 
A team of international acousticians will collect data for nine days in the 2,019-seat oval-shaped hall, as well as opinions from musicians and critics. A report, including short-term and mid-term recommendations, is expected to be ready 14 weeks later.  
 
But it will take a while to implement the measures.  
 
"The Cultural Centre is heavily booked in the next 12 months and beyond and it's impossible for us to close it for renovation. That will have to wait until the opening of the West Kowloon concert hall," said Linus Fung Wai-fan, chief manager of urban cultural services at the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.  
 
Fung said at least three experts from Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong would set up devices to collect data during concerts by the Hong Kong Philharmonic and the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra.  
 
"We are aware of the acoustics issue and have sought expert consultation on a regular basis," Fung said.  
 
The department decided early last year to look into the matter seriously, and worked with the Architectural Services Department to tender the project.  
 
 
"We chose Arup for its international standing and recognition in concert hall acoustics, and their fee is within our budget," she said.  
 
 
The Arup team comprises Rob Harris, Andrew Nicol and Simon Tsoi, whose projects include the Sydney Opera House, London's Royal Opera House, Singapore's Victoria Hall, Greek National Opera and the Seoul Performing Arts Centre.  
 
Aside from technical data, the team will meet members of the Philharmonic and Hong Kong Chinese orchestras, as well as music industry representatives and critics.  
 
The concert hall's acoustics have haunted performers.  
 
"We were rehearsing the Bach concerto for four pianos to open the hall in 1989. Every time I played a note, it would be repeated. That was awful," said pianist Nancy Loo, of the Philharmonic.  
 
Savio Lau Chi-kong, managing editor of Hi Fi Review magazine who has been invited to meet the experts, was also critical.  
 
"Consistency of sound is probably the biggest failure of the hall," Lau said. "You get different sounds from different seats, and the ironic thing is, the most expensive seats in the stalls get very poor sound. Those under the balcony in the rear are the worst.  
 
"The City Hall Concert Hall, by contrast, has more consistent and predictable sound. One can be fairly sure what to expect from the stage."  
 
Clive Greensmith, cellist with the world-acclaimed Tokyo String Quartet, agreed. "I could hardly hear myself or my colleagues during our performance at the Cultural Centre. But it all became clearly audible at the City Hall," he said.  
 
Klaus Heymann, head of the Naxos classical music label, has recorded at most halls in Hong Kong, but never at the Cultural Centre concert hall. "The acoustics are terrible and it is impossible for recording," he said.  
 
John Harding, concertmaster of the Philharmonic, agrees. "It is a very difficult stage to hear what's going on just across [other orchestra sections]." But he said the actual sound quality on stage was not bad and gave the hall a rating of 5.5 out of 10, whereas the acoustics at the Sydney Opera House, where he performed as the leader of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, got only 3.  
 
Yip Wing-sie, music director of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta, said there was a difference between what she heard on stage and what was heard in the audience.  
 
"When I conduct the orchestra on the podium, the sound is in fact quite good. But when I hear it in the audience, the sound always seems like it's coming from a far distance," she said.  
 
"There is also the problem of reverberation, which is especially prominent with the percussion section, such as the snare drums, which often sound with more than one echo."  
 
Yim Hok-man, principal percussionist with the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, said the problem was even more serious with traditional Chinese instruments.  
 
"I can't hear the huqin strings at the front at all, which sound remote from the percussion. The oval-shape stage opens up too widely and the sound gets scattered," he said.  
 
Aik Yew-goh, chief recording engineer of Hugo Productions, who has also been invited to meet the experts, said the hall produced an uneven reproduction of sound and clarity, which was linked to the balcony.  
 
"The balcony blocks the sound from the stage. Except for devising some reflective soundboards around the stage, there is very little you can do about it structurally unless you demolish the balcony."  
 
But Aik said that to be fair, the hall would sound very good under world-class orchestras, which were capable of producing a sumptuous sound that could overcome the shortcomings of the hall's acoustics.  
 
Copyright (c) 2011. South China Morning Post Publishers Ltd. All rights reserved.  
http://topics.scmp.com/news/hk-news-watch/article/Expert-action-at-last-to-tackle-concert-hall-sound-barriers
george1977
11-02-10
18:50:27
回覆 (30): 轉載1987-鏗鏘集-音響發燒友
片中人物均似曾相識, 小弟當年得10歲咋!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhn2MzrdNZA&feature=related
george1977
11-02-10
12:47:30
回覆 (29): Julian Assange's Prosecutor Accused of Anti-Men Bias
Courtroom Conflict: Julian Assange's Prosecutor Accused of Anti-Men Bias  
 
The extradition hearings in London Monday of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange drips with intrigue: a mysterious Australian hacker accused of sex crimes by two Swedish women. Now add this to the mix: Monday, a retired female judge accused the female Swedish prosecutor attempting to extradite Assange of having a "biased view" against men.  
 
As part of the two-day hearing to determine whether Assange should be taken to Sweden to face sex-crimes charges, retired Swedish appeal court judge Brita Sundberg-Weitman launched an outspoken attack on Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny. Sundberg-Weitman was flown to London by Assange's legal team to give evidence supporting their argument that Assange's extradition would be a "flagrant denial of justice".  
 
They got their money's worth, as Sundberg-Weitman a published academic and associate professor at Stockholm University, accused Ny of having a "rather biased view against men," according to an account by Britain's Press Assocation.  
 
She said, "She seems to take it for granted that everybody under prosecution is guilty. I think she is so preoccupied with the situation of battered women and raped women that she has lost balance."  
 
As TIME reported in December, Sweden is in the middle of a crisis of confidence when it comes to its handling of sex crimes. Despite its high levels of gender equality in the workplace and political sphere, the country has by the far the highest level of reported rape in Europe and one of the lowest conviction rates, a fact that has led to criticism from Amnesty International and the UN. That criticism, in turn, has led to soul-searching in the Swedish criminal justice system as to whether Swedish police and prosecutors are failing vulnerable women.  
 
It is this internal national debate, presumably, to which Sundberg-Weitman refers, although it later emerged that Sundberg-Weitman had never met Ny and was basing her judgement on what she had read in Swedish newspapers and on television. In any case, Sundberg-Weitman's testimony was part of a wider effort by Assange's lawyers to argue that extradition would breach his human rights and that Assange risks being taken against his will to the United States and executed. But a barrister representing the Swedish authorities said the fears are unfounded, and the proper legal process is being followed.  
 
 
http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/02/08/courtroom-conflict-julian-assanges-prosector-accused-of-anti-men-bias/
feikeung
11-02-09
05:03:06
回覆 (28): 祖國的都唔差!
 
 
一絕師太,利害!  
 
limage
11-02-01
15:32:44
回覆 (27): 祖國的都唔差!
徵求史上最短但最精彩的武俠小說。  
 
該則徵文要求:  
 
1、要同時涉及三大門派。  
 
2、要包含江湖門派間多年恩怨情仇,又要打破世俗倫理。  
 
3、同時情節還要扣人心弦,大有血雨腥風呼之欲來之勢。令人極為期待該小說之續 集,還要留下很多懸念。  
 
4、越短越好。  
 
第二天,有人來投稿,全文只有十個字:  
 
「禿驢,竟敢跟貧道搶師太!」  
 
編輯復語:恩怨情仇,血雨腥風確有,且短小精悍,很多懸念,但俠骨有餘,柔情不足。雖江湖兒女,但也有柔情萬種。  
 
第三天,修! 改稿:  
 
「師太,你就放棄禿驢從了貧道吧!」  
 
編輯又語:江湖兒女,柔情盡顯,纏綿悱惻。但仍拘泥世俗倫理。  
 
 
第四天,第三稿:  
 
「師太,你竟敢跟貧道搶禿驢!」  
 
編輯三思語:打破世俗倫理之作,血雨腥風也呼之欲來,扣人心弦,懸念甚多,但總是少點什麼……  
 
 
第五天,終結稿:  
 
和尚:「師太,你從了和尚吧!」  
道長:「禿驢,竟敢跟貧道搶師太!」  
師太:「和尚、道長你們一起上吧,我趕時間。」  
 
ThomasC2
11-02-01
12:44:10
回覆 (26): from a woman who has just reached 47
When I was 16, I hoped that one day I would have a boyfriend.  
 
When I was 21, I got a boyfriend, but there was no passion. So I decided I needed a passionate guy with a zest for life.  
 
In college I dated a passionate guy, but he was too emotional. Everything was an emergency, he was a drama queen, cried all the time and threatened suicide. So I decided I needed a guy with stability.  
 
When I was 25, I found a very stable guy but he was boring. He was totally predictable and never got excited about anything. Life became so dull that I decided I needed a guy with some excitement.  
 
When I was 28, I found an exciting guy, but I couldn't keep up with him.  
 
He rushed from one thing to another, never settling on anything. He did mad, impetuous things and flirted with everyone he met. He made me miserable as often as happy. He was great fun initially and very energetic, but directionless. So I decided to find a guy with some ambition.  
 
When I turned 30, I found a smart ambitious guy with his feet planted firmly on the ground and married him. He was so ambitious that he divorced me, took everything I owned, and ran off with my best friend.  
 
I am now 47 and am looking for a guy with a big dick.
daiwok
11-02-01
00:30:35
回覆 (25): from Briton...
 
 
feikeung, very funny!
kris
11-01-28
08:03:21
回覆 (24): from Briton...
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall bought new shoes for her wedding.  
 
During the big day they became increasingly tighter and tighter as the day went on.  
 
That night, when the festivities were finally over and they retired to their room, she flopped on the bed and  
said, "Charles, darling, please remove my shoes, my feet are killing me..!"  
 
Her ever-obedient Prince of Wales attacked her right shoe with vigor, but it would not budge.  
 
"Harder!" yelled Camilla, "Harder".  
 
Charles yelled back: "I'm trying, darling! But it's just so bloody tight!"  
 
"Come on! Give it all you've got!" she cried.  
 
Finally, when it released, Charles let out a big groan and Camilla exclaimed, "There! Oh, God, that feels so good!"  
 
In their bedroom next door, the Queen said to Prince Phillip, "See! I told you with a face like that, she had to be a virgin!"  
 
Meanwhile, as Charles tried to remove her left shoe, he cried, "Oh, God, darling! This one's even tighter!"  
 
At which Prince Phillip said to the Queen, "That's my boy! He served in the Navy: once a Rear Admiral, always a Rear Admiral!"  
 
feikeung
11-01-27
14:33:11
回覆 (23): Christmas and New Year Wishes
A Chinaman went hiking, saw a cave and went in. Inside the cave he picked up a lamp.  
 
He laughed and said, "No die lor!" and began rubbing the lamp.  
 
And 'poot!' Out came a genie from the lamp. The genie then granted the Chinaman 3 wishes.  
 
Without thinking carefully, the Chinaman said ' all the fucking things in the world!' So the genie stuck all sorts of (donkey's, horse's, etc) penises all over the Chinaman's body.  
 
Shocked and disgusted, the Chinaman then said, "No fucking things in the world!"  
 
So the genie quickly granted the Chinaman 2nd wish. And with a 'poot!' all the penises disappeared from the Chinaman's body, including his own.  
 
Even more shocked this time, the Chinaman said, "I want my own fucking thing back."  
 
And with a final 'poot!', the Chinaman got exactly what he wished for: the penis he had when he was a baby.  
 
 
SO MUCH FOR WISHES!!!  
feikeung
10-12-26
02:54:22
回覆 (22): Julian Assange for Nobel
 
Julian Assange
http://mirror.wikileaks.info/
kris
10-12-10
08:06:34
回覆 (21): Julian Assange for Nobel
 
So much racism is coming from nobel chairman Thorbjoern Jagland against China, told in a news conference...."The prize conveys the understanding that these are universal rights and universal values". If so, shouldn't Julian Assange be the first to receive a nobel?  
 
Thorbjoern Jagland - Devil's new puppet
kris
10-12-10
08:05:12
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