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Sat, Mar 11

Lamma Jazz Quartet @ Lamma Grill

Sun, Mar 12

Magic Show @ YSW Football Pitch

Sat, Mar 18

Dickstock R.I.P. @ Pak Kok

Sat, Mar 18

Bike Treasure Hunt Day @ Hans Andersen Club Centre

Mar 18/19

Open Day @ YMCA Lamma Outdoor Centre

Sun, Mar 26

Qualia Handpan Recital @ Open Space

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Mar 8 - "My bathroom has energy efficient lighting."

Mar 5 - A few of my press clippings of the last 5 years.

Mar 4 - See former Spotlights ~ Submit your best Lamma photos/videos!

Mar 3 - Peace Love Lamma ~ Dickstock R.I.P. 2017

Mar 2 - "Amazing how much change has happened in 70 years."

Mar 1 - "Dug, under force from the Japanese, by local village residents."

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Mar 8:  'A splendid start to the day'

A 'Typically Lamma' story by a Lammaite (who prefers to remain anon):

"My bathroom has energy efficient lighting. The type that deliberate for an age before providing full illumination.

In the secretive darkness I stood upon an unknown moistness.

A nocturnal misfire by my son, I thought. Lifting my foot I came to realise there was a wet mass stuck to my sole. I peeled it off.

A strange tingling ran over my hand and foot. Squinting, the full horror of my predicament came to light. A full battalion of ants were scurrying over my extremities.

Fleeing the severed head of a Gecko, whose grey dead eyes, half removed through industry, oozed their contents on to my quivering fingers. A splendid start to the day."

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Mar 5:  5 Years of Bobsy's MANA!

 

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Mar 4:  Spotlights of the Week, Reborn

Lamma Spotlights of the Week, Mar 3, '17:

PHOTO

Night Drone

by Jacky Yao

VIDEO

Standup Paddling in ex-Lamma Quarry

by YMCA Outdoor Centre Open Day 2017

WILDLIFE

Wild Boar Closeup

by Guy R.H. Miller

BIRD

Red-Whiskered Bulbuls Love Papayas

by Lew Cassia

ARTWORK

Untitled

by Abigail Wong

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Archives: Lamma Spotlights of the Week I ~ Spotlights II

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Mar 3:  Mad March Events

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Mar 2:  YSW 70 Years Ago

1945

2015

Many thanks to eminent "Lamma historian & tour guide" Robert Lockyer for digging up these photos and all his recent, great research into Lamma's past:

"Yung Shue Wan 1945, Yung Shue Wan 2015.
Amazing how much change has happened in 70 years."

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Mar 1:  Invasion Tunnels

Robert Lockyer: "How to access to the Japanese 'Invasion tunnel' on Lamma Island.
Dug, under force from the Japanese, by local village residents.

This particular tunnel complex served as an observation post over the East Lamma Channel and the island of Hong Kong. As well as high ground observation and protection for the 'suicide/kamikaze' boats that were hidden in the six grottos/caves in Picnic Bay (Sok Kwu Wan/Lo So Shing area)..."

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