Hong Kong

Interview with Moving East

I'm sure that many of my readers know the feeling of packing your bags and moving to another country... so you can probably relate to Deborah and her blog Moving East, where she chronicles the adventures of an established Canadian couple who moved from Ottawa to Hong Kong. I smile when I read her observations… Continue reading Interview with Moving East

Hong Kong

Interview with bluebalu

No, it's not an April joke. It's true. It's time for another interview. This time, it's with myself: bluebalu. Isn't that unusual and a bit too self-centred? Hold on, let me explain. I did not do this interview with myself and for myself. And no, I am not two or more people in one... however,… Continue reading Interview with bluebalu

Hong Kong

Interview with Inspiring Passions

Blog readers, meet Helen. Helen, meet my blog readers. Today, I'm interviewing Helen from Inspiring Passions - a blog that I just recently stumbled upon, after I was searching for some info on the coffee places that have opened on Swatow Street (not just The Cupping Room, but also Veygo Cafe and Manson's Lot as… Continue reading Interview with Inspiring Passions

Hong Kong

Interview with HKFiles

It's Monday morning... and time for another blog interview. Today, let's meet with Julienne aka Yeni R from HKFiles, who writes about life in Hong Kong. Her blog is home to a mix of food reviews, hikes and attractions - so it's quite similar to my blog, but what I do love about her blog… Continue reading Interview with HKFiles

Hong Kong

Interview with hongkongfong

It's Monday morning... and I'm hungry again. Why's that? It's because I've been looking at Deb's hongkongfong way too long and now want to go and eat at one of the many places Deb recommended in her 'one year in' post and book at table on the small boot at the Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter!… Continue reading Interview with hongkongfong

Hong Kong

Dragon boat races 2014

The Tuen Ng Festival falls on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month - which is June 2 this year, a public holiday. Some celebrations will already start early, for instance the Dragon Boat Festival will be celebrated on Sunday June 1 in Discovery Bay and also in Tai O. But most of the… Continue reading Dragon boat races 2014

HK Island, Hong Kong

Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance 2013 – Part 2

After yesterday's post about the dragon getting ready, it's time to show the dragon in full swing! The only problem with that is that there were too many people on Wun Sha road (and we had not queued up for hours), so once it was 9pm and the dragon was dancing, there was no way… Continue reading Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance 2013 – Part 2