User:7D HMS

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7D HMS' User Page

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Welcome to my user page! Please do not modify this page unless you get my permission (this applies to ALL people on Wikipedia). If you want to share your knowledge with me, please go to my talk page instead. I will be very glad to talk with you. You may get some basic information about me from the userboxes below.

My Real Life[edit]

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Democratic Socialist.
This user is a Christian.

I am a secondary school student living in Hong Kong. Currently, I am taking Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, but interestingly my favourite subject is Geography. In fact, this is the reason why many pages that I edit on Wikipedia are related to this subject. As a supplement to my school studies, I am learning Arabic and French as my third and fourth language respectively.

As I am a "transport enthusiast", during my leisure time, I usually take public transport to travel around Hong Kong. Also, in the evening, I like watching aeroplanes take off using my telescope. When it comes to holiday time, my family and I often travel abroad. Remarkably, the destination of our last trip was Chile, and we visited places like the Easter Island, the Atacama Desert, and the Lake District.

If you have anything that you would like to discuss with me, whether it is academic or simply related to my interests, please do not hesitate to leave me a message on my talk page. Thank you!

Recommended Pages[edit]

The following list shows the pages on Wikipedia that I from time to time review and work on.

Picture of The Week[edit]

The Physical World

Quote of The Week[edit]

"The atmosphere forms a vast ocean above us. An ocean but little explored..., where the lightning-flashes have their origin."
-- Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 1907

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