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The end of the year is fast approaching and as we begin to look forward to 2019, we can also reflect back at and be thankful for the many b lessings and good fortune that this year has brought many of us. I for o ne have become a grandfather again this year, something that has brought me and my family great joy.

This is the best month for reflection, as next month we are all consumed by celebrating the holiday period. I hope that all of our readers have many things to be thankful for as we move forward to new beginnings and happenings in our lives. Back to business, we have a great line up for you again in this issue.

Our avid travel writer Kara Santos recently made the short trip across to Hong Kong and spent some time visiting the Kowloon Walled City Park. What used to be an infamous old housing estate and warren of small shops, is now one of the territories favorite tourist destinations - an oasis in this otherwise dynamically busy city.

In keeping with the Chinese theme, there’s an intriguing feature from Sonny Chan on Feng shui. I worked in Hong Kong for several years and remember an occurrence when the company moved office. I entered the lovely new offices on Monday morning to find all the staff standing around. Nobody would even sit at a desk until the Feng shui master
had been to visit. They take this very seriously, and some of it definitely rubbed off on me.

For all the history buffs out there, Maribel Grencio has given us a timely article on the November 11, 1918 Armistice declaration. This is a fascinating and factual account of events leading up to the end of WWII, and the many unnecessary deaths that could have been avoided - if only…

Many of us make the point of looking for the local Wifi as soon as we enter a mall or restaurant. But are we careful enough - Mikee Vasquez's article Public Wifi Safety shows us exactly what we should be looking out for to protect ourselves.

Last month Enrich conducted a rare interview with a Canadian resident and he tells of his passion for astronomy and photography in the feature Shooting the stars. There are some stunning images in this interesting feature.

As Always,