I've been watching your HK video for years. I moved to New York with my family when I was eight years old in 1966. I have written an unpublished book about my childhood during this period. The story will add context to your photos, would you like me to send you a copy via email? Just for your enjoyment.
Thank you so much for loading up all those videos, they give so much joy to so many people.
Geachte heer Rogge,
Namens de Consul Generaal te Hong Kong heb ik zojuist een email naar u gestuurd (namelijk firstname.lastname@example.org'
Graag zien we uw reactie spoedig tegemoet.
Hello Mr Rogge,
I am wondering if there is a possibility I might contact you? I am a PhD student in Canada working on Japanese imagery. I have been searching for images of veterans in the post-war and the photo you took in front of the theater is very striking. I would love to have a better look as the only one I can find is the shot for the Fuji show.
Thank you for your time, and the wonderful films and photos,
Hi, Mr. Rogge!
Thank you for answering!
Actually I read a book called "The piano teacher: a novel", by Janice Y. K. Lee. I watched "Love is a many-splendored thing", and I have this DVD. Hong Kong used to be so beautiful...
Yes, there are a lot of people from Hong Kong here. Most of them come to work. But my family is not from Hong Kong or any other place of Asia. I'm a tipical brazilian girl (Europe, Africa and indigenous people, all in the same family). So yes, I know umbanda although I don't follow that religion. In my family there are people of different creeds. If you want to send some questions about religion, please e-mail me: email@example.com
I'm going to look for the other videos of Rio de Janeiro, because I had found only one. Thanx again!
Hello, Mr. Hogge!
I read a book once that was about Hong Kong. Since then I started looking for images (and videos)that show how HK was. I wish I could find your book here in Brazil (I'm from Rio de Janeiro).
You're so luck for being able to register those golden years (50's)...
I'm following your Twitter profile. You're the best!
I really interested with your writing and would like to have some discussion or response. I will email you for the details. This is for my academic purposes. Thank You.
Greetings from Hong Kong.
The reason I am contacting you today is, I was visiting a hotel client the other day, which was the old Marine Police HQ, now converted into a luxury boutique hotel, and I mentioned your movie clips of Hong Kong from the 40's to 70's. I took it upon myself to share your youtube links and they would like to contact you directly.
Can you email me your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to know you.
Dear Michael, I am a producer of RTHK- the public broadcast organisation in Hong Kong. I am doing a TV program called Hong Kong Stories, telling the stories about 50's to 70's in Hong Kong, and one of my session will talk about the Shek kip mei fire in 1953, may I ask your permission of using the image of your segment " Big Hong Kong fire 1953 石硖尾大"
it will be grateful if we can have your authorise of using the image, thanks so much!
Wu Wing Yan
Assitant Producer, Radio Television Hong Kong
Tel:+852 9289 0856
I JUST HAPPENED ON YOUR SITE WHILST LOOKING FOR FILM NOIR INFO,ANYWAYS I VE SPENT OVER AN HOUR ( IN AMAZZZZZZZZEMENT!!) INJOYING THE WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE !! THANK YOU, I WILL WRITE
MORE AS I READ !!
PS THIS GOES UNDER MY" LOVELY FINDS" TO SAVE
FILES! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, AND THANK YOU AGAIN
FOR SUCH NEAT STUFF!!!
FROM THE WILD WOODS OF NOVA SCOTIA