Everything written in this proposal are purely of my own personal opinion and not related to, or sanctioned by, any other club or organisation. Discussion is welcome and any coincidental or intended adoption of the proposal is even more welcome. In any case, this proposal is purely motivated by a desire to improve the state … Continue reading Proposal for a new orienteering interschool system (Hong Kong)
Raphael Mak's op. 1 through 17 are now available on Sheet Music Plus. All scores are published under the name of VicMusic.
The second stage of the Stockholm Indoor Cup takes places in a school nearer to the city centre, Globala gymnasiet, just a few stations from the central station on the T-bana. This stage of the event stands out in having the competition take place not only in the main building but also in two separate … Continue reading Stockholm Indoor Cup, part 2
From time to time, the captioned competition turns up in orienteering websites and discussions. Yes, this is the Stockholm Indoor Cup, which has inspired orienteers around the world to organise similar events. The competition usually takes place in a school: (note that in many Germanic languages the term gymnasium refers to a high school) A few … Continue reading The model of all indoor orienteering: Stockholm Indoor Cup
Note (7 Oct 2017): title corrected (Sweden -> Norway) As I start my composition study at the University of Gothenburg, I joined two sprint World Ranking Events within a week. The first one (17 September 2017) was near Helsinki in a neighbourhood called Kannelmäki (Gamlas), with the qualifications in the morning and the finals in … Continue reading Two Sprint WREs: Finland and Norway
The CBD3 (Third Central Business District) plan of the government, which proposes a huge artificial island at Kau Yi Chau approximately halfway between Hong Kong Island and Lantau, is probably rooted deep in the public consciousness by now. While it enjoys the strategic location in between Central, Kowloon and the airport and has the potential … Continue reading Midland Strategy, The Container Terminal, and Land Supply
With the World Orienteering Day coming on 24 May this year, the Metropolitan Orienteering Club (MetOC) is going to organise (or more accurately re-enact) what is probably the orienteering event with the smallest area in the world in Kowloon Park. How small is it? Well, to illustrate, I shall only have to use an excerpt … Continue reading Probably the orienteering event with the smallest area in the world 可能係世界上範圍最細嘅定向活動