Playlist prepared by CHEN Yanyi
(Click on the Chinese titles to open the YouTube videos)
- 幾分鐘的約會（1980） – 陳百強
Dating in a Few Minutes (1980) – Danny Chan
A male passenger is imagining a romance with a lady — another passenger who may take the same train almost everyday. To the man, MTR gives him a nice journey even though the “date” may end suddenly. Will they meet again?
This song has some funny or even sarcastic adaptations by some netizens)
An Encounter of Rejection by the MTR（2015）
The song tells different treatments of the MTR Corporation towards passengers with “large-sized” (in an ambiguous sense) object(s), for example, musical instruments, balls or suitcases.
MTR is a Bad Guy (2011)
The song includes complaints about delay, ticket price and unsatisfactory discount, as well as MTR’s sex with HK government. However, to meet with a bus jam is even worse…
- 深呼吸飛行（1998） – 梁詠琪
Flying with Deep Breath – Gigi Leung
Hold tight to your dreams, and let us fly in the castle underground, shall we?
- Happy 2000 – 黎明 Leon Lai
Seize the day and listen to how your heart beats. Carpe Diem!
- 目的地（2001） – 張柏芝
Destination (2001) – Cecilia Cheung
I shall fly to you in a flash! Surprises of encounter burst in every trip with MTR.
- 時光中飛舞（2002） 陳文媛 & 李蘢怡
Dancing in Time (2002) Bobo Chan & Tiffany Lee
Will you fall in love with me much earlier if I take the train of love? It must be so!
- 總有一站愛上你（2003）– Boys
We’ll Meet Again (2003)
An encounter with you for 12 stations’ time makes me feel close to you, are you happy now? Will we meet again?
- 東涌日和 （2004）– Shine
Tung Chung Biyori (2004) – Shine
As a sea of windows, the MTR can lead us, the poor couple, to our delicious dreams.
Together We Grow Up – Joey Yung
We still have many distance to go. Please share with me in every length of the life journey.
- 給金鐘地鐵站車廂內的人（2010） – 林阿P
To the Passengers on Board at the Admiralty (2010) – Lam Ah P
In a station as crowded as Admiralty, why the passengers on board not move inside so that the passengers on the platform may enter the train. Why the older generation, the once idealists, not do something for the younger generation? Could change be possible?