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Tea is for making a home

A finger crooked around a porcelain handle or a palm flat against a warming mug, tea is for making life here slow down a little, just for a few minutes. 310 more words


Central and Causeway Bay

One of the things that impresses me the most about the Chinese culture is their hospitality. From offering free soup in a local restaurant to treating four hungry college students out to eat for dinner, the people of Hong Kong never cease to amaze me with their generosity. 438 more words

Times Square Living Room Museum: Dr. Leo Wong Kwai-kuen exhibition

There’s always an event or activity on at the open plaza in front of Times Square – and now it is a new museum, called the Living Room Museum. 144 more words

Hong Kong

Wagyu Deli A.Five

Wagyu Deli A. Five’s Signature Burger is an edible hamburger. It is another “hamburger” that suffers from a burger identity crisis, a hamburger for which creativity and burger construction has bereaved it from its burger lifeblood, one that feels as confusing as the name of the restaurant it came into existence from; a burger that remits, what was left ambivalent at first sight, disappointment. 354 more words

Burger Reviews

Photography: Living in Wan Chai and Causeway Bay

I should make more of an effort to go out and take pictures of my surroundings – especially that we now live in Wan Chai. I have taken pictures here in the past ( 404 more words

Hong Kong

Review: Han Ah Rum

There are many Korean restaurants all over Hong Kong – and whenever you ask a Korean for their favourite one, they will send you to Kimberley Street in Tsim Sha Tsui. 293 more words

Hong Kong

City Tour Day and Night

It’s our free day so we decided to tour around Mongkok to to shop and go to other places in the city of HongKong like we went around Causeway Bay where in expensive stores are in there, Night Markets, Chocolate Shop, Factory of Jewerly and etc. 29 more words