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General Discussions / North Park Residences - The Perfect Home For Everyone
« Last post by sheyreyes07 on August 15, 2017, 10:11:02 AM »
Undoubtedly, North Park Residences is one of the places you can call home. For more information, feel free to contact us.

Contact individual: Pauline Tang
Contact number: +65 61005518
Questions and Answers / Re: Child born in Hong Kong
« Last post by mackygoof on May 30, 2017, 07:11:17 AM »
luck is on his side.
Hotels and Budget Accommodations / LOOKING FOR PINOY FLATMATES SHARING
« Last post by Chai03 on May 12, 2017, 08:13:29 AM »
Hello po.
We are looking for someone to share withh us in one two bedroom flat po.

We are professional married couple po.

Questions and Answers / Re: Child born in Hong Kong
« Last post by msyram on May 11, 2017, 05:32:05 PM »
Real life cases:

Both of my parents are HK PR. My 2 younger sisters were born here in HK. However, my 2 sisters were both sent back to PH for studies, but they visit HK every now and then, making sure they visit once every 3 years or more frequent than that. When one of them turned 18 years old, she applied for PR and got approved.

I have an acquaintance (Pinoy) whose parents (my parent's friends) are both DH here in HK. My friend was also born here in HK. He studied here, grew up here, lived here for most, if not all, of his life. Then a few years ago, he applied for HK PR and got approved. I don't know how he did that given all the restrictions posted here. But he got approved anyway. And now, his mother turned 60 (or 65??), and they're now on the process of making her his dependant.

Tours and Attractions / Drinks?
« Last post by waterbuffalo on May 06, 2017, 04:58:51 PM »
24/F Working in IT. Looking for friends for drinks or dinner?  :)
All right, too big pala 30% hahahah. 10 to 20% pala pag same role din?

First job ko kasi sa pinas then move dito. Kaya parang first job ulit (kasi ibang level na yung sahuran). Kaya no experience pa sa salary negotiation pag same country offer. Nung tinanggap ko kasi yung dito, nagbase ako sa cost of living and payscale.
Questions and Answers / Re: Moving From Singapore to HongKong
« Last post by msyram on April 30, 2017, 10:38:39 PM »
Nagstart ako October 2016. So makakareceive ako ITR sa May 2018 na? And x2 ng salary ko?

Whoah. Tapos sa May 2019, ano mangyayari, tax return ba? Or maliit na? Single pala ako with no de0endents. Grabe kalula! Mahal naman dito!
Questions and Answers / Re: Job Hunting in HK
« Last post by mackygoof on April 07, 2017, 05:45:46 PM »
Hindi uso walk in dito. Chances of getting hired sa walkin is close to zero as far as i know.
Madali lang kumuha ng working visa dito as long as a company is willing to sponsor.
Questions and Answers / Job Hunting in HK
« Last post by bhongskie27 on April 05, 2017, 11:06:26 AM »
Hi guys,

I'm currently working as an IT Admin dito sa SG since 2014 pero my contract is about to expire na by end of June. Gusto ko sana mag venture na mag job hunting dyan sa Hongkong.

-Pwede po bang mag apply dyan ang mga walk in gaya nung mga ginagawa ng iba dito sa SG?
-Mahirap din po ba maghanap at maprocess ang working visa dyan?
-Given a chance na makapagtrabaho dyan, How much do I need to earn monthly to survive?

Salamat po in advance sa mga inputs
Hotels and Budget Accommodations / Re: Tourist for 4 days, needa advice
« Last post by mansanas13 on March 28, 2017, 03:42:11 PM »
hello! may i know when po kayo magppuntang Hong Kong? 4days din kasi kami dun, if u want pwede na lang tau mag join together sa Hong Kong?
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