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The first day of March adds a fresh feeling when drizzling rain and moisture permeate the air, instead of the cold chill of winter. I found my bright green duck for luck, ready to sit out in the Spring rain showers. Afterwards, I was lucky enough to find "Where in Chicago?" can everyone celebrate the greening and dyeing of the Chicago River and ‘All the Ways" to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day in the Windy City. The green duck is in luck!

In March, everyone is part of the Chi-Town and go green on March 11th to the South Side Irish Parade. One week later, on March 17, the Chicago River becomes an Emerald Isle green color at 9AM before the downtown St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The Irish American Heritage Center welcomes people during the festivities for St. Paddy’s Day.

While I was growing up on the northwest side of Chicago, my Father used to shop at Centrella and the Edmunds Food Market for fresh cabbage, carrots, and potatoes for a boiled Irish corned beef brisket. Seafood, corned beef, Colcannon potatoes, and all the traditional Irish American food is served for the St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Everyone is Irish American for St. Patrick’s Day.

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Great photo!

On Feb 24, 2018 3:22 PM, "Gardenia C. Hung" <ghungma> wrote:

The Chinese Fine Arts Society hosts the Chinese New Year of The Dog in 2018 at the Aon Grand Ballroom, Navy Pier in Chicago Illinois USA. Photo by GHung


The Chinese Fine Arts Society hosts the Chinese New Year of The Dog in 2018 at the Aon Grand Ballroom, Navy Pier in Chicago Illinois USA. Photo by GHung


Very interesting, thanks for sharing.

On Feb 22, 2018 6:09 AM, "Gardenia C. Hung" <ghungma> wrote:

Androids can imitate human perception better in the year 2018. Can you identify what is in this photo? At first Android glance, the response is that it looks like fruit after it is recognized by the Android camera eye perception. However, is it really fruit to the more discerning human eye? Human eyes would identify what is real, as opposed what is an imitation to life. This red knot textile design is a vivid replica of what appear to an Android camera eye as red fruit berries–when in reality, these are red fabric textile knots. Photo: Gardenia Hung

Humans can detect deception or a replica at a glance, in a split nanosecond. How can Androids perceive what is real from what is imitation to life? Can Robots tell the difference between reality and imitation to life?


Androids can imitate human perception better in the year 2018. Can you identify what is in this photo? At first Android glance, the response is that it looks like fruit after it is recognized by the Android camera eye perception. However, is it really fruit to the more discerning human eye? Human eyes would identify what is real, as opposed to what is an imitation to life. This red knot textile design is a vivid replica of what appear to an Android camera eye as red fruit berries–when in reality, these are red fabric textile knots. Photo: Gardenia Hung

Humans can detect deception or a replica at a glance, in a split nanosecond. How can Androids perceive what is real from what is imitation to life? Can Robots tell the difference between reality and imitation to life?


http://www.fit-ift.org/historic-visit-to-cuba/


Love it!

On Jan 31, 2018 4:30 PM, "Communications Languages And Culture" <communicationslanguagesculture> wrote:

On Wednesday, January 31st, 2018, the Blue Supermoon Eclipse journeyed over the Windy City, early morning–creating the most memorable sky show for the next 10 years across the Chicagoland area. The first month of this year is already gone and the days are not over in 2018.

The Chinese New Year of The Dog is here already and celebrations are ready for a Gala Performance in the Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier during February 2018.

Today, I got a big Pit Bull Dog to celebrate with me the New Chinese Year of The Dog. It is auspicious for those born in the years endings in the number 8.

The month of January 2018 has gone faster than it came…

February only has 28 days this year.

Pitbull The Dog is ready to celebrate the New Chinese Year!


My Life In Edgewater By Lake Michigan Before I Travelled To Santiago de Cuba, Cuba on Thursday, March 29, 2016 and Returned on Friday, April 29, 2016

By Gardenia C. Hung (Wittler)

Before I Left For Santiago de Cuba, I Lived With My Youngest Brother Robert Santiago Hung At 1060 West Hollywood, Apt. #313 In The Historic Bryn Mawr District of Edgewater By Lake Michigan In Chicago, Illinois USA.

Upon arrival to O’Hare Airport after 8:00PM in Chicago from Miami International Airport, my youngest brother started to be irrational, irritated, and irresponsive by the time we got to the Yellow Cab For Hire at O’Hare International Airport. Robert S. Hung refused to take a Yellow Cab to 1060 West Hollywood with me—so, I left by myself in a Yellow Cab and paid $40US, and Robert S. Hung left in a Cab for Hire by himself, without me. Then, Robert S. Hung did not let me go inside our apartment where we had lived for three (3) years before going to Santiago de Cuba. He left me outside the apartment and told me to live off the streets of Chicago in the Edgewater and Historic Bryn Mawr District by Lake Michigan in Chicago, Illinois.

The year 2016 has come with amazing changes in my life since beginning in January. I registered for the new Governor of Illinois Bruce Rauner’s Human Rights Awareness Training sponsored by the State of Illinois and became involved in the Illinois Department of Human Rights Seminar Program.

I had a Mobile Telephone With Verizon and Reachout Wireless 1-224-531-1472 before I left for Santiago de Cuba on Thursday, March 29, 2016.

When I returned from Santiago de Cuba on Friday, April 29, 2016, my Mobile Telephone with Verizon and Reachout Wireless was disconnected.

Robert S. Hung, my youngest brother, left me homeless, without lodging, money, food, personal clothing, belongings, or transportation in the historic Bryn Mawr district, in the Edgewater neighborhood where I had been living for six (6) years.


On Wednesday, January 31st, 2018, the Blue Supermoon Eclipse journeyed over the Windy City, early morning–creating the most memorable sky show for the next 10 years across the Chicagoland area. The first month of this year is already gone and the days are not over in 2018.

The Chinese New Year of The Dog is here already and celebrations are ready for a Gala Performance in the Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier during February 2018.

Today, I got a big Pit Bull Dog to celebrate with me the New Chinese Year of The Dog. It is auspicious for those born in the years endings in the number 8.

The month of January 2018 has gone faster than it came…

February only has 28 days this year.

Pitbull The Dog is ready to celebrate the New Chinese Year!


The Rock ‘n’ Roll McDonald’s, the iconic restaurant in the heart of Chicago full of music and pop-culture memorabilia, is ditching its rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. The massive, two-floor location will close on December 30 at 600 N. Clark Street in River North for a remodel. When it reopens in the Spring 2018, the restaurant’s memorabilia will be gone. McDonald’s will replace the nostalgic items with touchscreen self-serve kiosks and more modern amenities.Photo: Gardenia Hung

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