Saturday, July 2, 2016

Raymond Lam comes from Qin Dynasty? He is clueless at using Octopus card for train


What types of public transport does Hong Kong citizens take usually? Train is definitely the number one transport for working and shopping purposes and most Hong Kong citizens will be overjoyed if they win free train rides for a lifetime. However, male god might not feel the same way.

Male God (男神), Raymond Lam (林峯) received a card for 'free train rides for a lifetime (一世通行車票)' when attending an event organised by MTR earlier but it appeared useless to him. He said he seldom took train and his remark about unaware that octopus card could be used to take train shocked the whole world. The netizens felt he was exaggerating but some defended Raymond it was not surprised that he was unaware of it. After all, Raymond was the 'most famous singer in Asia (亞太區最受歡迎男歌手)' and his dad was a wealthy businessman in Xiamen and they could buy over the train company if they wished to.

However, the netizens asked if Raymond came from Qin dynasty as he was clueless at using octopus card. Come to think of it, Raymond acted as Chiu Poon (盤兒) who became the King (秦始王) in A Step into the Past (尋秦記) series and he used horse carriage for transport. Hence, he seldom took car and not to mention about train. How is it possible for Chiu Poon to use octopus card?

Many netizens hoped Raymond will donate the card for 'free train rides for a lifetime' as lucky draw since it is useless to him. Ever wonder why Raymond is given the card instead? The netizens commented that he will not take train as transport.

Source: ON.CC (HK)
Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal
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