Miffa Chan


Hey, I start a new job as a professional blogger
January 30, 2009, 12:19 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Ref S/N

Some individuals have joined forces to start a big project whose visible head is, by now, a blog called: Ref S/N that could be translated as Reference No Number.

www.refsn.com

Despite being written in Spanish the site and the articles have enough visual power to transmit the essence of the matter. In other words, no words are needed in most cases.

Unfortunately there are some stupid rules – one is being a human to participate– and my father is the one who is credited and paid a huge amount of money for just copy and paste my work, or even worse, to write about my experiences and big knowledge as a Bunny sybarite and great connoisseur.

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Hey, I start a new job as a professional blogger
January 30, 2009, 12:19 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Ref S/N

Some individuals have joined forces to start a big project whose visible head is, by now, a blog called: Ref S/N that could be translated as Reference No Number.

www.refsn.com

Despite being written in Spanish the site and the articles have enough visual power to transmit the essence of the matter. In other words, no words are needed in most cases.

Unfortunately there are some stupid rules – one is being a human to participate– and my father is the one who is credited and paid a huge amount of money for just copy and paste my work, or even worse, to write about my experiences and big knowledge as a Bunny sybarite and great connoisseur.



Kung Hei Fat Choy – 新年快樂
January 25, 2009, 10:26 pm
Filed under: 9j Clan, Chan family, China

Happy New Year!! – Off course I speak Cantonese, so do nt ask me for the Mandarin form because I have no idea.

I was born in the year of the Monkey, my father on the Rat’s and we celebrated the Golden Pig with a nice present that “should” bring us fortune and money.

Unfortunately for me, Miffu and now Aurore, Chinese New Year is not very popular in Spain. In a big city like Barcelona there’s not an “official” celebration and even Chinese restaurant do not change their menus on this date.

Fortunately for us, we are ex-pats from Hong Kong but we have very good friends there: The 9j Clan.

They have sent us a complete set of goodies to let us feel like at home. A Mandarin orange tree (tangerine / 柑) , (our preferred Hotel and fruit that match our caps’ colours), several decoration papers with goodwill and fortune words on it, firecrackers (some special ones) and a lot of goodies that made us very happy.

But the party have just started now…



Kung Hei Fat Choy – 新年快樂
January 25, 2009, 10:26 pm
Filed under: 9j Clan, Chan family, China

Happy New Year!! – Off course I speak Cantonese, so do nt ask me for the Mandarin form because I have no idea.

I was born in the year of the Monkey, my father on the Rat’s and we celebrated the Golden Pig with a nice present that “should” bring us fortune and money.

Unfortunately for me, Miffu and now Aurore, Chinese New Year is not very popular in Spain. In a big city like Barcelona there’s not an “official” celebration and even Chinese restaurant do not change their menus on this date.

Fortunately for us, we are ex-pats from Hong Kong but we have very good friends there: The 9j Clan.

They have sent us a complete set of goodies to let us feel like at home. A Mandarin orange tree (tangerine / 柑) , (our preferred Hotel and fruit that match our caps’ colours), several decoration papers with goodwill and fortune words on it, firecrackers (some special ones) and a lot of goodies that made us very happy.

But the party have just started now…



Mochitsuki Taikai (もちつき大会)
January 25, 2009, 9:38 pm
Filed under: Japan, Wifibunnies


Our friends from wifiblanes.com love Japanese culture and a friend of them knows well the Japanese community in Barcelona.

The event is organized by SUIYOKAI (An organization that joins most of the Japanese companies that are operating in Spain) and has the support of the Japanese Consulate in Barcelona.

Many people dressed especially for the event and of course I did. As you know my sister Miffo was living in Japan for several months and she has great knowledge about Japanese Culture and Traditions. Unfortunately me and my parents are not so brilliant and sometimes we make big mistakes because of our ignorance.

Anyways we have a GREAT time there. We miss our time in Japan badly, and we are willing to return there shortly and to visit our friends from Cafemiffy.



Mochitsuki Taikai (もちつき大会)
January 25, 2009, 9:38 pm
Filed under: Japan, Wifibunnies


Our friends from wifiblanes.com love Japanese culture and a friend of them knows well the Japanese community in Barcelona.

The event is organized by SUIYOKAI (An organization that joins most of the Japanese companies that are operating in Spain) and has the support of the Japanese Consulate in Barcelona.

Many people dressed especially for the event and of course I did. As you know my sister Miffo was living in Japan for several months and she has great knowledge about Japanese Culture and Traditions. Unfortunately me and my parents are not so brilliant and sometimes we make big mistakes because of our ignorance.

Anyways we have a GREAT time there. We miss our time in Japan badly, and we are willing to return there shortly and to visit our friends from Cafemiffy.



Bread & Butter; is this the end?
January 23, 2009, 8:45 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Bread and Butter, consumer behaviour, Editorial

This will require further analysis, but the end has arrived. We have been there, actually me and Ramiro with Father Bunny. We were not in the mood to go there (we missed last editions) but we made the effort.

As my first impression, I would say…

Go to the fuck**g hell, you have became a bunch of boring idi**s.