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Lost in space

"Confusion now hath made his masterpiece" William Shakespeare, English playwright, been dead a while…

Seems tales of planes, trains and automobiles, first impressions of Hong Kong, and lamenting New Year’s Eve in Sydney may have caused a spot of confusion. A friendly Yorkshireman expressed it more plainly. And with a lot more brevity. Made me smile. But this is a family orientated website so forgive me if I don’t repeat it exactly. Put another way, "Where’s Ken?"

"Expert. Someone who brings confusion to simplicity" Gregory Nunn, some American chap, still breathing

South of the city of Nanchang, roughly six hundred miles north of Hong Kong. On track to reach there in time for Christmas. Planning to celebrate in style with another Yorkshireman. Then off to Australia at the end of the month. Cheap flights irresistible.

"If confusion is the first step to knowledge, I must be a genius" Larry Leissner, another American chap

To be fair, I find China confusing enough at times. Roads that no longer exist, at least in a navigable form. Large provincial towns that appear unexpectedly. Not on the map. Add in a flying visit to Hong Kong a little while ago for a fresh Chinese visa. Picture easily becomes a little murky. Like the Yellow River.


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4 responses to “Lost in space”

  1. zhou cai hui (周才汇) says:

    hello ken you get up now? haha.

  2. admin says:

    Hi Zhoucaihui

    Great to meet you on the road – hope you reach Nanchang safely!


  3. zhou cai hui (周才汇) says:

    Merry Christmas!Ken.

  4. admin says:

    Hi Zhoucaihui

    Great to hear from you – appreciate the thought – do hope you have a good Christmas, and a Chinese New Year next month!


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