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Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat. In this episode:

 

0:00 -- INTRO SONG -- Working Boy Blues by Bombay Laughing Club

0:45 -- Welcome with Sean McMinn

1:10 -- Promotion period -- what is it?

4:39 -- Wall-to-Wall's storyathon Part 3

6:00 -- Problems with identification and discounts

9:15 -- SONG -- I Know I know by Tegan and Sara

12:53 -- Wall-to-Wall's storyathon Parts 4 & 5

15:36 -- Competition results

20:14 -- Wall-to-Wall's storyathon Part 6

21:15 -- SONG -- Angels by Black Mountain

 

Here's a breakdown of the storyathon:

 

The story started off on a train. A woman was killed.

Friends on a train wanted to pursue the mystery of the murder in China Town, but one of the friends was shot on the train before they got to China Town.

----Who is the killer? Who the hell is happening? How can they deal with the shot friend?

A police officer appeared. The dying friend gave the treasure map to him. The police officer turned out to be a robber. He ran away with the treasure map.

----A treasure map? What treasure? Huh?? The police officer wasn’t the police…but a robber…

 Other police officers chased after the robber. The policewoman was infatuated by the robber’s charming appearance. The robber shot her down.

----The policewoman had a crush on the robber…she even refused to go to the hospital…she just wanted to stay with the robber…STRANGE…

The robber had no interest in the policewoman but the policeman. He suggested that they two sought the treasure together. The policeman consented. When they two ran away into the forest, the robber took his gun out and aimed at the policeman. The police man ran away as fast as he could.

----The robber was very wicked. Will the policeman get shot?

 

An old woman came out suddenly from the forest. The robber and the policeman were puzzled. She told them that she knew a huge secret, which was about two of them. She was actually their mother. What’s more surprising is that she was a policewoman.

----How astonishing! An old woman, mother, policewoman. What’s happening? What’re the associations between this woman, the robber and the police officer? Is the woman telling the truth? Is she a kind of pixie? a witch? a real person? or other creatures…? What’ll be next?

To be continued…

 

Direct download: Episode_25.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:35 AM

In this episiode:

 

0:00 -- Bohemian Financial Rhapsody intro by Geoff Smith

1:29 -- Introducing a new segment: entertainment news!

8:05 -- Wall--to-Wall's Story-a-thon

12:35 -- Song: Backyard Heroes by Kidd Russell

 

 

Wall-to-Wall Story-a-thon!

 

Below are the transcripts for the stories in this episode:

 

Group 1:

Writers: Alan, Jia, Eric, Tangi, ShinShin, Liding

A train is running.

Five friends are taking a train when the train gets in a tunnel and everything becomes dark.

And when the train comes out of the tunnel.............

"Ahhhhhh!"

"Oh my God!"

 "Oh blood!"

 "Knife on her ass!"

 "Nice ass, I seriously love it!"

 "I prefer her booby though."

"Hey, get some help rather than complimenting!"

 "Oh... HELP!!!"

 "Hmm, from my point of view, this woman was killed. Let me investigate how she died."

 "I believe she died because someone stabbed on her... Dumbass" 

 "Why would someone try and stab on her ass? Thats strange, who would do such a thing?"

 "Very strange indeed. Let's look for clues!"

 "Hm...Let's see, where does the knife come from? Was it on the table before?"

 "Hm...I didn't see a knife on the table before the train got into the tunnel. The knife must be hidden by someone!"

 "But who would bring a knife to the train? The security checks on every passenger's bag before they get on the train."

 "Maybe the killer is a magician!"

 "Oh that's impossible!I am always a big fan of magic. A good magician would never do such bad thing!"

 "Maybe she got killed while he is doing magic..."

 "So the magician is not the killer?"

 "I AM THE KILLER............."

 

Group 2

 

Terry & Ivy: “Ah!!!!!!!!”

Judith: “What? Alan ? You are the killer? But how..

Terry: When …

Ivy: and WHY?!!!”

Terry: “Oh come on! I don’t believe you are really falling for that. I was just kidding guys! How would I be the killer…ha ha ha…”

Ivy: “Its CNY people, let’s do something festive instead of talking shit like that…!”

 Suddenly the train stops…(HALT SOUND)

Announcement:

Ivy:

Hello passengers, sorry we have encountered some technical problems with the train and will only be back in service in a day or two.

As for the time being, we would like to ask all of you to please take all your belongings and stay in town until further announcement.

Judith: “What the… Its snowing so heavily out there! How could they do this to us!”

Terry: “Hm, have you ever heard of the Chinese Saying, “misfortune maybe a natural blessing” Its just a 10-minute walk to China Town from here! Lets go there and enjoy some Chinese food !”

Judith: “And how about this dumbass..? ”

Ivy: “I have a feeling that…we will find clues about it in China Town…”             

 MUSIC – “I got a feeling…”

 (Bomb!)

 Judith: Was that a gun shot?

Terry: (in pain whining….)

 

 

Direct download: Episode_24.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:24 AM

Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat. In this episode:

0:00 -- SONG -- Kiss the Honey, Honey by Shinjuku Zulu
3:20 -- Welcome with host Sean McMinn
3:59 -- HKUST reduces the use of plastic
8:15 -- 1st anniversary of the Sichuan earthquake
11:22 -- HKUST green activities
15:00 -- SONG -- Heal This World by Pato Banton
20:15 -- HKUST students showcase cultural diversity
23:50 -- More about cultural exchange
27:55 -- Comments about exchange programmes

Campus Beat is a great way to be kept informed about things happening at
HKUST, hear comments by students, learn English and listen to some great independent music. Students and Staff are welcome to
contribute materials or advertise HKUST clubs and events.

Use this link to subscribe through iTunes or other podcatching software:
http://campusbeat.libsyn.com/rss . You can also listen directly from your
computer at http://campusbeat.ust.hk.

If you have any comments, suggestions, or you would like to contribute to
Campus Beat, please email Sean McMinn at lcmcminn@ust.hk.

Cheers,
Campus Beat Team
Direct download: Episode_23.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:46 AM

Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat!

In this episode:

0:15 -- Welcome with Sean McMinn
0:25 -- SONG -- Let Yourself Get Used by Mountain Con
4:24 -- Student thoughts about financial budget
8:38 -- Student promotion period
12:05 -- SONG -- Too fast to love by Beauty Sleep
16:01 -- News about Accounting 101
20:18 -- Make the MTR green
24:57 -- More about the financial budget

SONG lyrics for Too fast to love by Beauty Sleep:

I tried to meet you in the middle
But your life was full of riddles
And the truth was unclear
You fell beyond my destination
So I waited at the station
For you to appear
And we danced across the winter rain
Like a rainbow in a hurricane
In the bright white night
And everyone who crossed our path
Said our love could never last
And we proved them right

Too fast to fall in love
Too fast to fall in love with anyone

I tried to meet you in the middle
But your life was full of riddles
So what could I say?
Our hearts were sparks of inspiration
There was no time for any hesitation
Our minds were made
They tried to show us the direction
But we were lost in our affection
And we never looked back
We were both too fast

Too fast to fall in love
Too fast to fall in love with anyone


Campus Beat is a great way to be kept informed about things happening at
HKUST, hear comments by students, learn English and listen to some great independent music. Students and Staff are welcome to
contribute materials or advertise HKUST clubs and events.

Use this link to subscribe through iTunes or other podcatching software:
http://campusbeat.libsyn.com/rss . You can also listen directly from your
computer at http://campusbeat.ust.hk.

If you have any comments, suggestions, or you would like to contribute to
Campus Beat, please email Sean McMinn at lcmcminn@ust.hk.

Cheers,
Campus Beat Team

Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:34 AM

Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat. In this episode:

0:15 -- Welcome with Sean McMinn
0:32 -- Fake eggs in China
4:18 -- SONG -- Eggs by Trixie and the Merch Girls
5:22 -- Hong Kong financial budget
8:08 -- SONG -- Don't Close Your Eyes by Josh Woodward
11:36 -- Stricter drink-driving penalties in Hong Kong
14:48 -- Children die in Hong Kong due to neglect
17:47 -- SONG -- An Ordinary Life by Cat Louise Wright

Campus Beat is a great way to be kept informed about things happening at HKUST, hear comments by students, learn English and listen to some great independent music. Remember, anyone can contribute to the podcast by leaving audio, video or text comments at http://lc.ust.hk/~support/cb/cb.html. Students and Staff are welcome to contribute materials or advertise HKUST clubs and events.

Use this link to subscribe through iTunes or other podcatching software:
http://campusbeat.libsyn.com/rss . You can also listen directly from your
computer at http://lc.ust.hk/~support/cb/cb.html.

If you have any comments, suggestions, or you would like to contribute to Campus Beat, please email Sean McMinn at lcmcminn@ust.hk.

Cheers,
Campus Beat Team
Direct download: Episode_21.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:36 AM

Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat.

We have another original audio drama written and performed by four UST students. The title of the play is One Ship, One Captain. It's a tale of intrigue, involving foreign lands, wizards, kings, sword fights, and much more.There's also a surprise ending!


One Ship, One Captain

Cast:

Narrator: Wong Kwok Pang, Patrick
King (the old king): Wong Kwok Pang, Patrick
Sarumann (a wizard deeply trusted by the king): Chu Ying Hao, Charlie
Feramio (the younger prince): Mak Huen Kit, Matthew
Boromio (the elder prince): Yan Bojun, Franck

Enjoy
Direct download: Episode_20.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:52 AM

Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat. In this episode:

  1. SONG -- Lucky Days by Naked Gun.
  2. HKUST Language Centre Social Network -- Come Join Us.
  3. Life at HKUST: a student's perspective
  4. Hall issues at HKUST
  5. SONG -- Again and Again by The Sleep.
  6. New sports skills classes at HKUST
  7. Art Festival 2009!

Campus Beat is a great way to be kept informed about things happening at HKUST, hear comments by students, learn English and listen to some great independent music. Remember, anyone can contribute to the podcast by leaving audio, video or text comments at http://campusbeat.libsyn.com. Students and Staff are welcome to contribute materials or advertise HKUST clubs and events.

Use this link to subscribe through iTunes or other podcatching software:
http://campusbeat.libsyn.com/rss . You can also listen directly from your
computer at http://campusbeat.libsyn.com.

If you have any comments, suggestions, or you would like to contribute to Campus Beat, please email Sean McMinn at lcmcminn@ust.hk.

Cheers,
Campus Beat Team

Direct download: Episode_19.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:49 AM

Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat. We have something a little different for you this episode, an original audio drama written and performed by four UST students. The title of the play is Alright. This is a drama about a father faced with a dilemma of determining the life or death of his son.


Alright

by Group "i"


Lo, Kam  Hung is Chris (son)

Leung, Ho Ming Dick is the Pitiful Son

Alpha Au Sai In is the irresponsible Doctor

Pang Yik Ting is the Emotional Priest



Performance Rights Warning:

Conditional. To obtain permission, contact Lo, Kam Hung via ph_lkhae@stu.ust.hk. Unauthorized duplicatin is a violation of applicable laws.

Direct download: Episode_18.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:53 AM

Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat!

In this episode:

0:15 -- Welcome with Sean McMinn
0:42 -- SONG: Beautiful by Adrienne Pierce
3:56 -- Toxic food in China
7:50 -- Hong Kong banks make guarantee
11:00 -- SONG: All The Dead End Jobs by A Band Called Quinn
17:06 -- Suicide at CityU
20:36 -- Rat Race in Hong Kong

Campus Beat is a great way to be kept informed about things happening at
HKUST, hear comments by students, learn English and listen to some great independent music. Remember, anyone can contribute to the podcast by leaving audio, video or text comments at http://campusbeat.libsyn.com.

Students and Staff are welcome to contribute materials or advertise HKUST clubs and events.

Use this link to subscribe through iTunes or other podcatching software:
http://campusbeat.libsyn.com/rss . You can also listen directly from your
computer at http://campusbeat.libsyn.com.

If you have any comments, suggestions, or you would like to contribute to
Campus Beat, please email Sean McMinn at lcmcminn@ust.hk.

Direct download: Episode_17.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:30 AM

Welcome to another episode of Campus Beat!

In this episode:

  0:15 -- Welcome with Sean McMinn
  0:40 -- SONG -- Summertime by Brother Love
  3:48 -- Paul Ching-Wu Chu's announcement
  9:10 -- HKUST Offers Three New Engineering Courses
13:50 -- SONG -- Sound of Summer by Lovebugs
17:40 -- SAC Has Much To Offer
22:00 -- SONG -- Fly Away to Summer Sun by Albert Forssell

Enjoy.

Direct download: Episode_16.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:40 AM