Thursday, July 7, 2016

Raymond Lam does not know how to use the octopus card and take the MTR

What type of public transports do Hong Kong citizens use the most? Then we guess the MTR is not going anywhere! Everyday going to and from work, Hong Kong citizens looks like busy ants catching the MTR. What if you were told that, for the rest of your life you don't have to pay to take the MTR. Most of the Hong Kong citizens would be very happy and unable to sleep, but we are talking about general public citizens and not including the male gods.

Could buy the whole MTR himself

Earlier male god, Raymond Lam (林峯) attended an MTR event and received a lifetime free pass for MTR. That's right, something you would of dreamt of, but it's kind of useless for the male god. He admitted that he rarely catches the MTR and he also said he did not know the octopus card can be used for the MTR. Some online netizens are dissatisfied with the male god as he does not know the feelings of the poor, as he is on a different level in comparison to ordinary people (meaning he is wealthier than others). Online netizens even criticised him for saying those things, but there are also others who support Raymond. Another online netizen said, what's so strange for someone who does not know how to use an octopus card? The truth is, Raymond is Asia's most popular male singer. His father is Li Ka Shing of Xiamen, in fact, his real name is Lam Wah Kwok (林華國). He could buy the whole MTR and drive it himself, why would he need to use an octopus card?

Came from the Qin Dynasty

To people's surprise, not knowing how to use an octopus card? Are you from the Qin dynasty? In the past Raymond played Qin Shi Huang in the drama A Step Into The Past (尋秦記), leaving a deep impression for the viewers. As Qin Shi Huang is from the Qin Dynasty, it is obvious that there are no MTR's at that time, so how will he even know how to use an octopus card?

Source: ON.CC (HK)
Translated by: lucychoi559 @ Asian E-News Portal
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