It doesn't sound as demeaning as other ludicrous nouns such as "faker", "two-faced", or "cheater". Also, I feel like a native speaker when I use this word. But I certainly try not to be a hypocrite.
Friday, 21 September, 2012, 11:17am
I was born in the Year of the Dragon and I'd love a dragon pendant. I was in Hong Kong in January, but was surprised by how hard it was to find something, since we're in another Year of the Dragon. I'll be back soon so could you recommend somewhere?
What A Drag(on), Manila18 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
Encased in a glass cabinet is a two-metre-long pointed, spiralling horn. The object, some people once believed, belonged to a unicorn, the mythical horned horse of Greek folklore.8 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
Ambitious Dragon was back to something like his best to take the first leg of the Triple Crown last month and the five-year-old only has to turn up in the same mood to take the second leg at Sha Tin today, the HK$8 million Citibank Hong Kong Gold Cup (2,000m).26 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Fantastic Creatures HK Museum of Art
Tupilaks were violent spirits conjured by powerful shamans using animal and human remains (particularly those of children), and they were supposed to come to life when placed in water. Only superior sorcery could deflect their attack.12 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
The pace is some query in the HK$8 million Stewards' Cup (1,600m) at Sha Tin and Ambitious Dragon can get himself into difficulty by being slowly away, but none of that will stop the reigning Horse of the Year from winning a fourth Group One and retaking his reputation as one of Hong Kong's greats if he turns up today.29 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
In case you missed the memo, Chinese New Year starts tomorrow. This is the Year of the Dragon - and all of us are influenced by the electric, drama-filled energy of this fiery creature for the next 12 months.22 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
In Chinese culture, the dragon is a hybrid creature incorporating the features of nine animals: the prawn, deer, cow, dog, catfish (the whiskers), lion, snake, fish (the scales) and the eagle. It is seen as the representation of righteousness and is used to exorcise evil spirits. Some countries that use the dragon on their flag, such as Wales, also respect the creature.22 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
Deadly, dauntless, demanding, delightful; all are adjectives that have been used to describe those born in the year of the dragon. The imperial sign does seem to have more than its fair share of trendsetters, from Florence Nightingale to Hong Kong's own Bruce Lee. The sign is all about dominance, ambition and passion and doing things in a grand way.
Dali15 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
Fun Heroes still has the honour of being the last horse to beat Ambitious Dragon - in a fair contest - before their paths diverged in the time since that meeting almost a year ago in Class Four.8 May 2011 - 12:00am