Wednesday, 26 April 2017

1917 Novel Name of the Day

Yannie Tse Yan-ue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong (SCMP Letters 20 April 2014)

see other Yannies

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; Phonetic-based; Substitution; somewhat common in Hong Kong

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Drinking cow piss

This branded drink from Japan is rather unfortunately named Calpis

Bottles of Calpis !!

Found in the supermarkets in Hong Kong with ingredients of water, nonfat dry milk and lactic acid. Also written about in The Guardian, but somehow the reporter never commented on the bovine urine-sounding name!


Funny Product Name

Monday, 24 April 2017

1916 Novel Name of the Day

Cherrie Wan, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong (SCMP Letters 19 April 2014)

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; Insertion

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Moka Kwok Moka Kwok Moka Kwok, Tongue Twister

Moka Fang, 29, model-actress from Shanghai and wife of local celebrity Aaron Kwok Fu-shing, 51, Hong Kong

1915 Novel Name of the Day


Other mainland China novel names: Jessea Lu, Wanting Qu


About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; mainland China novel name



Reference: SCMP story 19 April 2017


http://www.scmp.com/culture/music/article/2088801/aaron-kwok-most-eligible-bachelors-list-51-hong-kong-singer-and-actor

Aaron Kwok is off the most eligible bachelors list - at 51, Hong Kong singer and actor has wed model 22 years his junior

The last of Canto-pop’s ‘Four Heavenly Kings’ to marry, Kwok dated a string of starlets before announcing his relationship with Shanghai model Moka Fang, 29, in 2015
PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 19 April, 2017, 11:54am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 19 April, 2017, 6:06pm
Apple Daily reported that The Peninsula was heavily guarded during the afternoon ceremony and that the couple hosted a 10-table banquet after their wedding.
Kwok rose to fame in the 1990s as one of Hong Kong’s “Four Heavenly Kings” – alongside Jacky Cheung Hok-yau, Andy Lau Tak-wah and Leon Lai Ming – and is the last of the four to get married.

In the past he has dated a string of starlets including Christy Chung, Athena Chu, Amanda Strang, Lynn Hung and Norika Fujiwara.



Thursday, 20 April 2017

1914 Novel Name of the Day

Sovinna Chan, formerly known as Chan Suk Yee, Z455xxx, notice of Bankruptcy Order (11 April 2014), Hong Kong

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

1913 Novel Name of the Day

Rekkle Ng Pik-yan, Z330xxx, notice of Bankruptcy Order (11 April 2014), Hong Kong

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation

Sunday, 16 April 2017

1912 Novel Name of the Day

Dackme Yu Kit-fong, G649xxx, notice of Bankruptcy Order (11 April 2014), Hong Kong

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation

Friday, 14 April 2017

1911 Novel Name of the Day

Sunny Leung, finance manager, InspiringHK Sports Foundation (www.inspiringhk.org), Hong Kong 



see other Sunny's in Hong Kong

Note: Happy "Sunny" Easter to all!!!

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare; somewhat common in Hong Kong

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

1910 Novel Name of the Day

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Victorica Lau, part-time administrative assistant, InspiringHK Sports Foundation (www.inspiringhk.org), Hong Kong 


About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; Insertion

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Ugly Perceptions of Ugly Celebrities

For obvious reasons, controversial TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson says the most remarkable things. However, his largely exaggerated comments are based on some truths, which is why they can be funny. Here’s what he said about the following celebrities*:

Kiera Knightley is “just an ironing board with a face, and she works!”





 Kiera Knightley (reference to Women's bodies)


Sarah Jessica Parker “looks a like a boiled horse!”



There’s even a website called Sarah Jessica Parker Looks Like a Horse 


This site has previously commented on how people look, even on balloon heads like the largely-respected billionaire Lee Ka-shing and table tennis coach Hui Jun.

 Lee Ka-shing







Further Thoughts


We often hear that some people look remarkably similar to their pets. How about people looking similar to their occupations or hobbies?

So far, we have:
1) A popular tubby TV food critic who looks like a chubby fish (see here)
2) A certified balloon artist who has a balloon face (see here)
3) A table tennis champion who has a ping pong ball head




* reference (Top Gear Season 11 Episode 4)



Monday, 10 April 2017

1909 Novel Name of the Day


Bell Wu, part-time administrative assistant, InspiringHK Sports Foundation (www.inspiringhk.org), Hong Kong 


Q: Is "Bell" less feminine than "Belle"? ... Or is this just a clanger?

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; Deletion

Saturday, 8 April 2017

1908 Novel Name of the Day


Vincci Hui, parnership manager, InspiringHK Sports Foundation (www.inspiringhk.org), Hong Kong 

see 1136 Novel Name of the Day for other Vinci's, Vincy's, Vincci's and Vinchi's !!!!


About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; somewhat common in HK

Thursday, 6 April 2017

1907 Novel Name of the Day


Garcia Lam, communications manager, InspiringHK Sports Foundation (www.inspiringhk.org), Hong Kong 


About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

1906 Novel Name of the Day


Feanca Chu, learning and development manager, InspiringHK Sports Foundation (www.inspiringhk.org), Hong Kong 


About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation

Sunday, 2 April 2017

1905 Novel Name of the Day


Welton Leung, executive officer (sports), InspiringHK Sports Foundation (www.inspiringhk.org), Hong Kong 


About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; Substitution

Friday, 31 March 2017

1904 Novel Name of the Day


Zimon Chan, chairman and executive director, InspiringHK Sports Foundation (www.inspiringhk.org), Hong Kong 


About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; Substitution

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

1903 Novel Name of the Day

Wyman Wong Wai-man (Mr), "lyricist-cum-fashion maven" (as described by SCMP), Hong Kong

Wyman Wong by Jonathan Wong 

see 0933, 0701 and 0846 Novel Names of the Day  

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; Phonetic-based

Monday, 27 March 2017

1902 Novel Name of the Day

Teddy Mars O Romulo, P276xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (29 July 2016)

Note: not sure what nationality this HKID card holder is! Can anyone help?

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare

Sunday, 26 March 2017

777 Unlucky Chinese Carrie Lam

Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor will become Hong Kong's first female Chief Executive after securing 777 votes from the 1,194 member (s)election committee. The CE-elect's rivals John Tsang Chun-wah and Woo Kwok-hing gathered 365 and 21 votes, respectively.

But the important question here is: is 777 an unlucky number??

 


The current CE, the unpopular Leung Chung-yin, garnered 689 votes in the 2012 CE (s)election. Ironically, all three numbers 6,8,9 are considered lucky by Chinese but this auspicious triple number did not give much luck or goodwill to CY Leung during his tenure. 

To Chinese, the number 7 is undesirable because it sounds like "cheat". It is obvious Carrie Lam will face sarcastic "777" criticisms, particularly since she was not Hong Kong's popular choice compared with John Tsang. 

Also, there were 4 invalid votes, and we all know what that number means in Chinese culture! Death!

This blog has often commented on Silly Chinese Superstitions  and numerology is just one silly belief that is entrenched in Chinese culture. Nevertheless, because of this, there is much creativity and cleverness in how people in Hong Kong can provide social commentary about their perceptions, beliefs and feelings. Let the social commentary begin ...


Saturday, 25 March 2017

1901 Novel Name of the Day

Simone Chan, K941xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare

Thursday, 23 March 2017

1900 Novel Name of the Day

Wanting Qu, 32, Vancouver pop star and lover of 51-year-old Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson (reference 30 July 2016 SCMP news).

 Wanting Qu (right) with her mother, who is accused of embezzlement, bribery and abuse of power 



Another example of a mainland China novel name Jessea Lu

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; mainland China novel name; Phonetic-based?

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

1899 Novel Name of the Day

Henson Wang, 20, university student, had flown in [to Hong Kong] from Qingdao [China] and was hoping to get back to Melbourne, Australia before his classes started. His 12.30am flight, CX105, had been cancelled due to Typhoon Nida in 2016. (Reference: 1 August 2016 Typhoon Nida approaches HK)

see Jessea mainland China novel name

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation; mainland China novel name; son-suffix

Sunday, 19 March 2017

1898 Novel Name of the Day

Alvina Fok, 16-year-old 'whizz kid' and a Year 12 International Baccalaureate pupil at South Island School (Feb 2012). Alvina was one of 17 pupils in Hong Kong who achieved top scores (10 A* grades) in the Cambridge international examinations in June 2011.

see other Alvina's at 0607 and 1403 Novel Names of the Day 

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare

Friday, 17 March 2017

Modern Standards at SCMP

For those who may not know, Mike Rowse (also known as "Mickey Mouse") from Hong Kong is a retired civil servant from the British colonial era, who probably objectifies women like any old fashioned British gentleman does.



Reference from SCMP

Note from the editor-in-chief regarding Mike Rowse’s column: ‘How women manage to dress so well in cold climes’

PUBLISHED : Friday, 17 March, 2017, 3:53pm
UPDATED : Friday, 17 March, 2017, 4:57pm
The SCMP takes very seriously our role as a forum for meaningful discourse in society. We welcome diverse views and never shy away from controversial issues. However, we will not be a platform that perpetuates the objectification of women, nor the demeaning of any group in society.

In this case, our online posting of the column “How Hong Kong women manage to dress so well in cold climes” represented a serious lapse in judgement. We realised shortly after posting the column online that it did not meet our high standards. We removed the article from our website and deleted the relevant Facebook post and tweet as soon as was practicable. We also removed it from the list of articles to be published in the next morning’s print edition.

We did so not because the article was controversial, but rather because it goes against the SCMP’s editorial and company values. We have notified the author of our decision and stand by it.

We take full responsibility for this mistake and apologise to our readers for not living up to the standards that they deserve from us.

Tammy Tam,
Editor-in-Chief


1897 Novel Name of the Day

Sunny Chan Dart-sun, restaurateur, Slow Experience (organic food) cafe, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Note: could have named himself Datsun!

About Novel Names
Name Category: Phonetic-based; Somewhat common in Hong Kong

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

1896 Novel Name of the Day

Howie Lee, Ma On Shan, Hong Kong (SCMP letters 20 August 2011)

see 1093 and 1175 Novel Names of the Day 

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare

Monday, 13 March 2017

1895 Novel Name of the Day

Athena Chu Yan, actress, Hong Kong and new face for American skincare brand Kiehl

 Athena Chu visits the Spastics Association's Shek Wai Kok kindergarten (Feb 2012)

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare; Self-important

Saturday, 11 March 2017

Brain Surgeon Cuts Wrong Side of Patient’s Head

A neurosurgeon in Hong Kong made a major medical blunder when performing urgent brain surgery on a 54-year-old woman at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

The right craniotomy began on the patient's left side of her skull with the neurosurgeon removing a bone flap. The anaesthetist realised the error during the operation, at which time the neurosurgeon replaced the left bone flap, while a second neurosurgeon performed the craniotomy on the right side of the patient's skull.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong



UPDATE UPDATE

A Hong Kong brain surgeon who operated on the wrong side of a patient’s skull may have made a crucial error well before surgery even began, according to the city’s health minister.

Secretary for the Food and Health Dr Ko Wing-man described an incident at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in which the left side of a 54-year-old woman’s skull was cut open instead of the right, as “a serious mishap”.

He stressed that doctors had followed procedure prior to the surgery, but it was possible the doctor involved wrongly identified the correct side of the skull from the brain scan images.

Update Reference (SCMP) 11 March 2017, 11:38pm




Reference: (SCMP.com)

Hong Kong brain surgeon operates on wrong side of patient’s skull


The medical mistake was promptly corrected and the patient’s family informed, according to the Hospital Authority; a probe is under way

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 11 March, 2017, 8:33am





A serious medical blunder at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in which a doctor operated on the wrong side of a patient’s skull, has led to an investigation by the facility.


The doctor cut open the left side of a woman’s skull, when it was actually the right side that was bleeding and in need of surgery.


The 54-year-old woman was transferred to Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Tuesday night.


A brain scan conducted the next day showed that the patient suffered from an aneurysm in the right brain causing an increase in intracranial pressure.


The woman was battling a critical and life-threatening situation.


“The neurosurgeon arranged an urgent craniotomy to drain the cerebrospinal fluid to release high intracranial pressure, but removed a bone flap on the left side of the skull inadvertently,” the Hospital Authority said in a statement on Friday.


The surgeon only realised the mistake when an anaesthetist spotted the error while reviewing the report during the operation.


“The neurosurgeon immediately placed back the bone flap on the left side of the skull while another neurosurgeon performed a right craniotomy.


“The neurosurgical team explained the situation to the patient’s family in the afternoon on the same day,” the statement further read.


The correct operation drained the patient’s cerebrospinal fluid and removed blood clots. A clipping of the aneurysm – to prevent risks from bleeding – was also performed.


The authority said the hospital noted that the medical team had provided prompt clinical treatment to the patient and that it had apologised for the mistake.


The patient is still hospitalised and in a stable condition.


The authority is expected to receive the investigation report in eight weeks.





1894 Novel Name of the Day

Ki Ki Chu Yuen-tung, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong (SCMP letters 29 Sept 2011)

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation

Thursday, 9 March 2017

1893 Novel Name of the Day

Miki Lee Yuk-kuen, founder and president, Hong Kong Memory Study Association, Hong Kong

Japanese and Hawaiian origin, and the meaning of Miki is "three trees together; quick, nimble".

see Mikki Yao

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

1892 Novel Name of the Day

Kitty Poon Kit (Dr), undersecretary for the environment, Hong Kong

see 1170 and 0083 Novel Names of the Day

About Novel Names
Name Category: Brand-based; Phonetic-based?; somewhat common in Hong Kong

Monday, 6 March 2017

HKSARblog moving to www.NOVELNAME.com

Effective now, this blog has its own custom domain name at: www.NovelName.com

Please be kind enough to amend your bookmarks, links, blogfeeds, etc. Thank you!!

Sunday, 5 March 2017

1891 Novel Name of the Day

Kineta Hung, professor, Hong Kong Baptist University

Greek origin, and the meaning of Kineta is "active", from the same root as "kinetic".

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare

Friday, 3 March 2017

1890 Novel Name of the Day

Kandy Chan, Corporate Communications Manager at Cathay Pacific Airways, Hong Kong (Sept 2004)

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

About Novel Names

This public collection of weird names began because it was noticeable that people in Hong Kong have a high proportion of novel English first names that are, to say the least, creative, funny and even daring.

For instance, a pre-2007 analysis of registered solicitors in Hong Kong revealed 2.5% (i.e. 143 out of 5,707) have novel names. These are legal professionals who like to be called Alcid, Baptista, Crimean, Ferant, Kiril, Tennessy, Urania, Wimmie and Winchester. Where else in the world are there a bunch of educated, smart professionals who have silly names? A more recent observation in 2017 shows 19% (8 out of 43) of people working within a charity group called InspiringHK have novel names. It is likely that for every 5 people you meet in Hong Kong, at least one will possess a weird name.

A Novel Name here is defined as uncommon, unusual or unique. Over the years in Hong Kong, I have collected a fair number of novel names (which is why this site features a regular "Novel Name of the Day" post).



Possessing a novel name is a phenomenon that is observed most frequently among Hong Kong Chinese, whereas it is relatively less common to spot a novel name among, say, mainland Chinese, Singapore Chinese and Taiwanese (although in all likelihood there will be a growing number of people from China, Singapore and Taiwan who will probably choose interesting "Western" names too). But what is it about the psyche of Hong Kong Chinese that compels them to lead the way in creating and using odd-sounding novel names? Some academics (featured here) have had a crack at explaining this phenomenon.

From my understanding, when individuals in a society are unaware or are ignorant of name rules or memes (due to English being a second or foreign language) then, depending on how that society regards the values of "creativity" and "conformity", there will be individuals who will adopt rare, uncommon names (e.g. Adolf) and perhaps even create their own novel names (e.g. Alnwick). Dare I ask whether expressions of creativity and free thought are relatively more common in Hong Kong compared with, say, Singapore and mainland China?

There are other possible reasons (e.g. mainland Chinese are relative latecomers in adopting English first names, Singaporeans have a relatively better grasp of traditional English, etc). It would be fascinating to hear other people's thoughts on this, so here are other articles about Novel Names: What's in a Hong Kongers Name? (SCMP.com); Hong Kong Loves Weird Names (The Atlantic); Your Name Reveals More Than You Think (BBC.com) and Hilarious English Names Chinese People Choose (TheWorldOfChinese.com).

In the meantime, I hope this site's "Novel Name of the Day" feature will bring some enjoyment, laughter and perhaps curiosity to readers.


HOW YOU CAN HELP
If you come across any strange, weird names that really stand out, please pass it on to this site. If you can include the person's full name, occupation, location and if possible a photo or a reference link, that would be extremely helpful. All Novel Names on this site are legitimate, real people with officially-recognized names. Thank you!


Related Posts:



0324 HKSAR Name of the Day (see comments, which are insightful)

Picking and Choosing Names: Korea

Mr Bean On Silly Names


About Novel HKSAR Names (see comments, which are insightful)



 

Other people's thoughts on novel names:

What's in a Hong Kongers Name? (SCMP.com)

Hong Kong Loves Weird English Names (The Atlantic) 

Your Name Reveals More Than You Think (BBC.com)

Mun Yin Liu: Why are Hong Kong names so weird?  (CNN Travel)
 
Shanghai Surprise
 

Named

What's in a name?





1889 Novel Name of the Day

Newman Lam, lawyer, Hong Kong representing 74-year-old mainland farmer Zhu Rongchang who became the first person to be jailed for burning the national flag in Hong Kong (Sept 2011)

About Novel Names
Name Category: Rare

Monday, 27 February 2017

1888 Novel Name of the Day

Vanness Wu, local actress, Hong Kong

credit to Aimless Wanderer see 0887 Novel Name of the Day (thank you!)

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation

Saturday, 25 February 2017

1887 Novel Name of the Day

Yuko Leung Wai-ying, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong (SCMP letters 19 Sept 2011)

About Novel Names
Name Category: Creation

Thursday, 23 February 2017

1886 HKSAR Name of the Day

Teddy Sik, Lantau, Hong Kong (SCMP letters 16 Sept 2011)

Note: hope he gets well soon !!

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

1885 HKSAR Name of the Day

Fala Chen Fa-la, local celebrity, Hong Kong

Ms Fala Chen Fa-la


see Hongkie Town post and Fala afraid of kissing scenes

see 1488, 1216 and 0904 HKSAR Names of the Day  

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation; Substitution; Phonetic-based

Sunday, 19 February 2017

1884 HKSAR Name of the Day

Hyman Chu, first runner-up, Miss Hong Kong 2011

Miss Hyman Chu

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation; Phonetic-based?

Friday, 17 February 2017

1883 HKSAR Name of the Day

Ines Kwai-pun (Ms), Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong (SCMP letters 21 August 2011)

see comments (self-comments by Ms Ines) on 0924 HKSAR Name of the Day

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare for Females

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

1882 HKSAR Name of the Day

Philix Kwong Ho-kuen, Z258xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (25 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation

Monday, 13 February 2017

1881 HKSAR Name of the Day

Windy Lai Chuen-tai, C651xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (25 November 2016)

the meaning of the name Windy is "friend" (a derivation (Substitution) of Wendy)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Saturday, 11 February 2017

1880 HKSAR Name of the Day

May Yip Yuk-mei, K952xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (25 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Phonetic-based; Somewhat common in HK

Thursday, 9 February 2017

1879 HKSAR Name of the Day

Dion Leung Wai-yan, P027xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (25 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Tuesday, 7 February 2017

1878 HKSAR Name of the Day

Cody Ling Oi-kay, Z426xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (25 November 2016)

A unisex name, the meaning of Cody is "helper".

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Sunday, 5 February 2017

1877 HKSAR Name of the Day

Kennex Chan Chak-hung, C596xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (25 November 2016)

see 0587 HKSAR Name of the Day

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation; Brand-based?; somewhat common in Hong Kong

Friday, 3 February 2017

1876 HKSAR Name of the Day

Denny Leung Ka-ngo,  case no 5756 of 2016, Notice of General Meeting of Creditors in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance in Bankruptcy Proceedings, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

see 0731 HKSAR Name of the Day

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Wednesday, 1 February 2017

1875 HKSAR Name of the Day

Carmen Wong Hiu-kwan, K683xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (15 September 2016)

NOTE: NOT phonetic-based unlike other Carmens or Carmans in HK.

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: somewhat common in HK

Tuesday, 31 January 2017

2017 Year of the Cock

The designers of Hong Kong's Xmas lights always try to be frugal.

This example shows this perfectly, in the use of a cute chicken for Xmas 2016, knowing full well that the Chinese New Year on 28 January 2017 will be the Year of the Chicken / Rooster / Cockerel / Hen.


 Xmas Lights 2016 leading to Chinese New Year Lights 2017


see 1856 Novel Name of the Day


Monday, 30 January 2017

1874 HKSAR Name of the Day

Funny Pet Shop, former company of Lai Yuk-han, K143xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (15 September 2016)

Note: not so "funny" now, geddit? ... bankruptcy ... sad ...

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation

Saturday, 28 January 2017

1873 HKSAR Name of the Day

Zero Kong Cheuk-hung now known as Cyril Kong, P473xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

Note: perhaps Cyril realized the name "Zero" was an omen to his present bankruptcy … so "Cyril" may be an omen to his future, er, 'Cyrilness'.

see Male version 0571 and Female version 0617 of these zeroes


KUNG HEI FAT CHOI !!!


About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation

Thursday, 26 January 2017

1872 HKSAR Name of the Day

Nigal Kwok Ka-yan, Z415xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (25 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation; Substitution

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

1871 HKSAR Name of the Day

Eling Kong Ling-ling,  case no 5544 of 2016, Notice of General Meeting of Creditors in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance in Bankruptcy Proceedings, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation

Sunday, 22 January 2017

1870 HKSAR Name of the Day

Emond Chow Wah-hi, D688xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation; Deletion

Friday, 20 January 2017

1869 HKSAR Name of the Day

Lock Sham Wai-keung, K791xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

1868 HKSAR Name of the Day

Zila Wong Woo Man-ching formerly known as Zila Woo Siu-chui, C549xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

Zila means "shadow"

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Monday, 16 January 2017

1867 HKSAR Name of the Day

Paulus Lee Man, G575xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

Paulus means "small"

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Saturday, 14 January 2017

1866 HKSAR Name of the Day

Forrest Tsang Sui-man, C358xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Thursday, 12 January 2017

1865 HKSAR Name of the Day

Ronaild Leung Yin-man, G511xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (18 November 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation; Insertion

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

1864 HKSAR Name of the Day

Meria Tang Chung-ling, case no 4669 of 2016, Notice of General Meeting of Creditors in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance in Bankruptcy Proceedings, Hong Kong (15 September 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation; Substitution

Sunday, 8 January 2017

1863 HKSAR Name of the Day

Rommel Tse Tak-on, E765xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (15 September 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation

Friday, 6 January 2017

1862 HKSAR Name of the Day

Randy Yeung Sik-yan, C457xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (15 September 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Rare

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

1861 HKSAR Name of the Day

Wynner Chui Hoi-kin, G714xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (9 September 2016)

Note: a strong name but Wynner still went bankrupt (reference: Victor)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation

Monday, 2 January 2017

1860 HKSAR Name of the Day

Terse Tse Kin-sun, D232xxx, Notice of Bankruptcy Order in the High Court of the HKSAR Court of First Instance, Hong Kong (9 September 2016)

About Novel HKSAR Names
Name Category: Creation