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Due to the INSANE queue of videos that I have to upload, I won’t always be able to make individual descriptions for each video, especially minor videos. However, you might still find brief descriptions to explain what’s happening. The description you’re reading now is my set default description.

If you are watching this via a link on one of the Facebook groups, you may check out my channel for more videos!

I am from the Philippines, but am currently living in Hong Kong, SAR of China. Unless further noted in the video, majority of my videos are taken in Hong Kong. I am interested in fans of any kind, particularly ceiling fans, ventilation, and other mechanical fans.

I’m not just on YouTube! If you like my videos, you can also:
-like my Facebook page:

-Add me on Google+:

-My Facebook profile:

-The “Ceiling Fans” group on Facebook:

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