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The Barbecue Leftovers.... Part 2: Mee Kia with Seared Scallops and a Garlic Beer Cream Sauce.....

OK…. it already sounds wrong. Like mee kia (幼面/thin noodles) with a cream sauce? Well, when you realize that you have some really amazing hand-made noodles (a shout out to the guys at Mei Lam Mun noodles 澳門喜臨門麵家 in Macau) and do not want to buy a bag of spaghetti or pasta that is going to sit in the cupboard till kingdom come, you make use of those noodles. 193 more words


Hong Kong, Macau, Guangzhou | Travelog 2015 Using Only X-T1 16-55mm F2.8-4

Million Thanks You to FUJIFILM Malaysia that posted my blog in their awesome page!

Fujifilm Camera. Small-light weight-and-with full DSLR capacity.. A long 8 days experienced from Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou. 61 more words


Density is the key to sustainable cities

Macau, China is one of the world’s densest cities. In 2010, over 534 thousand people lived within 12 square miles—that’s 44,183 people per square mile—and the number continues to rise. 833 more words


Macau is at Once

Charming old world and overdeveloped, new and old Vegas. Such extremes all scrambling for the tourist dollar.

Macau - Vila Hou Va Hostel Review

Date of Visit: January 18, 2015

The hostel is situated at the far north of Macau, only minutes from Senado Square and St. Paul Ruins. Not very popular, but you don’t have much choices when it comes to affordable hostels in Macau. 709 more words

Food And Traveling

What's On in video !

Morning Macau :)

How are you? I’m good & glad that the weather is a bit warmer cause I’m not a big fan of the cold!  98 more words

What's On


I went to Macau as a side trip from my Hong Kong visit. Macau is a city of contrast. The city has the fortresses, churches and food of its former colonial master Portugal and on the other, Macau is unashamedly and popularly known as the Las Vegas of the East. 204 more words