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  • Wan Chai Live

    Posted by Riz Hardcore on April 27, 2001

    CLICK HERE TO LEAVE A MESSAGE ON OUR NEW POSTING BOARD!

    We will be playing our next show next Saturday 5/5 in a bar called “Carnegie’s” in Wan Chai. We will play at 4pm and the show is FREE. But we want to explain to you the PURPOSE of this show…every year in Hong Kong their is a small music festival called “Wan Chai Live”. This is a 2-day music festival that takes place in 2 bars in Wan Chai – Carnegie’s and The Wanch. The 2-day festival is a charity festival for an organization in Hong Kong called Kely Support Group. If you know King Ly Chee then you know that we have always supported this organization because of the purpose of the organization. The organization’s purpose is to take care of the youth of Hong Kong, especially those who have problems with DRUGS, ALCOHOL, DEPRESSION and other mind-related problems. They organize courses in schools and in their own building for the youth of Hong Kong to come together and talk about their problems. They are a FUCKING GREAT organization and we will support them til the day we die.

    They are one of the FEW organizations in Hong Kong who truly believe in the youth of Hong Kong (that is people like YOU and US!) We will perform at 4pm on Saturday 5/5 and the show is FREE – but we BEG you to PLEASE donate some money to this organization. If you come to watch King Ly Chee, we hope you will be kind and put at least $20 in the Kely box. If 50 or 60 people come to watch us then we can donate $1,000 dollars to the organization…that would make us very happy…please think about it.

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  • APRIL 27, 2001

    Posted by Riz Hardcore on April 27, 2001

    CLICK HERE TO LEAVE A MESSAGE ON OUR NEW POSTING BOARD – We will be playing our next show next Saturday 5/5 in a bar called “Carnegie’s” in Wan Chai. We will play at 4pm and the show is FREE. But we want to explain to you the PURPOSE of this show…every year in Hong Kong their is a small music festival called “Wan Chai Live”. This is a 2-day music festival that takes place in 2 bars in Wan Chai – Carnegie’s and The Wanch. The 2-day festival is a charity festival for an organization in Hong Kong called Kely Support Group. If you know King Ly Chee then you know that we have always supported this organization because of the purpose of the organization. The organization’s purpose is to take care of the youth of Hong Kong, especially those who have problems with DRUGS, ALCOHOL, DEPRESSION and other mind-related problems. They organize courses in schools and in their own building for the youth of Hong Kong to come together and talk about their problems. They are a FUCKING GREAT organization and we will support them til the day we die. They are one of the FEW organizations in Hong Kong who truly believe in the youth of Hong Kong (that is people like YOU and US!) We will perform at 4pm on Saturday 5/5 and the show is FREE – but we BEG you to PLEASE donate some money to this organization. If you come to watch King Ly Chee, we hope you will be kind and put at least $20 in the Kely box. If 50 or 60 people come to watch us then we can donate $1,000 dollars to the organization…that would make us very happy…please think about it.

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  • Sorry…

    Posted by Riz Hardcore on April 24, 2001

    Hey – sorry for not updating the page in a long time but on Friday I tried to turn my computer on before I went to Guangzhou…when I turned my monitor on some strange sounds were coming out and all of a sudden I saw smoke coming out of my monitor. I just sat staring at my monitor and started laughing watching smoke come out from the top of my monitor, I thought it was going to explode. This was around 6:30pm and I had to meet my friend Owen in Kowloon Tong KCR station because we had to go to Guangzhou that day. The next day (Saturday) I had to do a skateboard show in Guangzhou that my good friend Lang Chai organized…

    On Saturday it rained non-stop…the show was cancelled…then I stayed in Guangzhou Saturday night and we went out to some party and came back to the hotel at 8am Sunday morning.

    At 9:30am we had to wake up because I had to do another skateboard demo today. I only slept for 2 hours and then had to skate again. LUCKILY IT STARTED RAINING AGAIN!!! Thank god…but I could not sleep again because I had to come back to Hong Kong and play a show Sunday night at Tin Ma Lam.

    I came back to Hong Kong around 4:30pm and called Alex. We went to Tin Ma Lam and it was raining so hard – but they did not cancel the show. The area looked like it would be lots of fun if it wasn’t raining…their were so many stalls and a very nice feel. But it was raining and only 20 or 30 people were there. We played in the rain and since only 10 people were watching us play we asked the audience to stand on stage with us because the stage had a cover – where the audience was standing their was no cover and they were all getting wet so I told them to come on stage…it was still fun playing the show but we only played to 10 people…I think everybody else went to see LMF in Poly last night…anyway…so that’s why I haven’t updated the page in so long!! hahahaha…sorry for the long explanation!

    I have a new monitor now and Alex has designed a new messageboard so we will update it in the next few days…peace…

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  • APRIL 24, 2001

    Posted by Riz Hardcore on April 24, 2001

    Hey – sorry for not updating the page in a long time but on Friday I tried to turn my computer on before I went to Guangzhou…when I turned my monitor on some strange sounds were coming out and all of a sudden I saw smoke coming out of my monitor. I just sat staring at my monitor and started laughing watching smoke come out from the top of my monitor, I thought it was going to explode. This was around 6:30pm and I had to meet my friend Owen in Kowloon Tong KCR station because we had to go to Guangzhou that day. The next day (Saturday) I had to do a skateboard show in Guangzhou that my good friend Lang Chai organized…on Saturday it rained non-stop…the show was cancelled…then I stayed in Guangzhou Saturday night and we went out to some party and came back to the hotel at 8am Sunday morning. At 9:30am we had to wake up because I had to do another skateboard demo today. I only slept for 2 hours and then had to skate again. LUCKILY IT STARTED RAINING AGAIN!!! Thank god…but I could not sleep again because I had to come back to Hong Kong and play a show Sunday night at Tin Ma Lam. I came back to Hong Kong around 4:30pm and called Alex. We went to Tin Ma Lam and it was raining so hard – but they did not cancel the show. The area looked like it would be lots of fun if it wasn’t raining…their were so many stalls and a very nice feel. But it was raining and only 20 or 30 people were there. We played in the rain and since only 10 people were watching us play we asked the audience to stand on stage with us because the stage had a cover – where the audience was standing their was no cover and they were all getting wet so I told them to come on stage…it was still fun playing the show but we only played to 10 people…I think everybody else went to see LMF in Poly last night…anyway…so that’s why I haven’t updated the page in so long!! hahahaha…sorry for the long explanation! I have a new monitor now and Alex has designed a new messageboard so we will update it in the next few days…peace…

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  • Petition

    Posted by Riz Hardcore on April 14, 2001

    A lot of people have e-mailed me saying that they don’t know how to sign the Racism Petition we posted yesterday. This is what you have to do:

    1. Read the petition
    2.Copy the WHOLE page
    3.Paste the WHOLE page in a new e-mail
    4.At the bottom of the e-mail TYPE your name, address AND date
    5.Send the e-mail to ALL your friends

    That’s all you have to do. Also, I did not write the petition. Somebody sent the petition to me and I noticed that the original English might be hard to understand for some people so I edited the English. Anyway…hopefully the message is going around Hong Kong and the rest of the world. Even if you are NOT from Hong Kong you can STILL sign the petition and try to help make the Hong Kong government understand how important it is to have a law to protect minorities (NOT Chinese) in Hong Kong. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PETITION AGAIN

    ON A SIDE NOTE: We have updated some pictures from past shows…CLICK HERE

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  • APRIL 14, 2001

    Posted by Riz Hardcore on April 14, 2001

    A lot of people have e-mailed me saying that they don’t know how to sign the Racism Petition we posted yesterday. This is what you have to do:
    1.

    Read the petition
    2.

    Copy the WHOLE page
    3.

    Paste the WHOLE page in a new e-mail
    4.

    At the bottom of the e-mail TYPE your name, address AND date
    5.

    Send the e-mail to ALL your friends

    That’s all you have to do. Also, I did not write the petition. Somebody sent the petition to me and I noticed that the original English might be hard to understand for some people so I edited the English. Anyway…hopefully the message is going around Hong Kong and the rest of the world. Even if you are NOT from Hong Kong you can STILL sign the petition and try to help make the Hong Kong government understand how important it is to have a law to protect minorities (NOT Chinese) in Hong Kong. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PETITION AGAIN ON A SIDE NOTE: We have updated some pictures from past shows…CLICK HERE

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  • Fight racism in Hong Kong!

    Posted by Riz Hardcore on April 13, 2001

    Want to know what you can do to FIGHT RACISM in Hong Kong? There are no laws against racism in Hong Kong – I find that hard to believe and disgusting. I am someone who loves Hong Kong very much and am very proud to be a Hong Kong resident. I always talk to people and promote Hong Kong as one of the worlds most modern and international cities. When you walk around Hong Kong you will find people from all over the world who hold Hong Kong identity cards…it is a great feeling to be a part of this great city. But the Hong Kong government does not want to make laws to fight racism in Hong Kong. That means, if you are a minority of Hong Kong (not Chinese) and if you try to apply for a job and the company does not want to hire you because of your race – that means there is nothing you can do about it. That means the company can always dismiss people ONLY because of their race. The boss can walk into my room tomorrow and say, “Hi Riz – I don’t like Pakistani’s anymore so I am going to fire you…please do not come to work starting tomorrow” – and I cannot take him to court. That means the government will not help me fight against this kind of problem. Now what can you do? Their is a new petition for YOU to sign…please CLICK HERE to read the petition.

    I have already simplified the English A LOT so it is easier to understand. What you must do is READ the petition then SIGN the petition then FORWARD it to your friends and every time the 50th person signs the petition that person MUST FORWARD THE PETITION TO THE GOVERNMENT OF HONG KONG. All the details can be found in the PETITION…please get involved with your city and sign it.

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  • APRIL 13, 2001

    Posted by Riz Hardcore on April 13, 2001

    Want to know what you can do to FIGHT RACISM in Hong Kong? There are no laws against racism in Hong Kong – I find that hard to believe and disgusting. I am someone who loves Hong Kong very much and am very proud to be a Hong Kong resident. I always talk to people and promote Hong Kong as one of the worlds most modern and international cities. When you walk around Hong Kong you will find people from all over the world who hold Hong Kong identity cards…it is a great feeling to be a part of this great city. But the Hong Kong government does not want to make laws to fight racism in Hong Kong. That means, if you are a minority of Hong Kong (not Chinese) and if you try to apply for a job and the company does not want to hire you because of your race – that means there is nothing you can do about it. That means the company can always dismiss people ONLY because of their race. The boss can walk into my room tomorrow and say, “Hi Riz – I don’t like Pakistani’s anymore so I am going to fire you…please do not come to work starting tomorrow” – and I cannot take him to court. That means the government will not help me fight against this kind of problem. Now what can you do? Their is a new petition for YOU to sign…please CLICK HERE to read the petition. I have already simplified the English A LOT so it is easier to understand. What you must do is READ the petition then SIGN the petition then FORWARD it to your friends and every time the 50th person signs the petition that person MUST FORWARD THE PETITION TO THE GOVERNMENT OF HONG KONG. All the details can be found in the PETITION…please get involved with your city and sign it.

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