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To the Hong Kong I love

“In Berlin, the roof of our Parliament is made of glass so when Germans come up here and politicians look up, they can always remember who they’re working for.”

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Hong Kong Democratic Protest (1)

I was lucky enough to be able to travel to many places in Europe and Japan. I took lots of pictures and I created this blog to share some of my most favourites with others. 471 more words

Causeway Bay

OCCUPY Central with Peace and Love to Bring Democracy to Hong Kong

It is happening. Planned for many months, Occupy Central, a peaceful civil disobedience movement planned to take place in Central, Hong Kong, began last night. 468 more words

Cafe les Artistes

Tsing Fung street, on the edge of Causeway Bay, is one of my favourite eating strips in Hong Kong. In the shadow of a Tokyo-like overpass there is a cluster of great, inexpensive little eateries – a Thai grocery, a coffee shop and frozen yogurt place, fruit stalls, Taiwanese chicken, mediocre Vietnamese food, a traditional Chinese-style desserts place, a great yakitori-ya, an omu-rise restaurant and a bunch of different dim sum, wonton and hotpot options. 161 more words

Crowd moved to Causeway Bay to continue the protest

News onsite: over 3000 citizens moved from Admiralty/Wanchai areas, after a series of tear gas attacked, to Causeway Bay.  Shopping heart of the city, sitting quietly in the middle of Yee Wo Street, stopped the traffic in the area. 21 more words

Tomai's first day in Hong Kong {Causeway Bay}

So, Tomai came all the way from Taiwan to visit me in Hong Kong! She arrived yesterday (Friday) and is staying here until Monday morning. 251 more words

Food

ATUM: When Dessert Meets A Restaurant

ATUM desserant
16/F, The L. Square, No. 459-461 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay
銅鑼灣駱克道459-461號The L. Square 16樓
(852) 2956 1411

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