At 10 PM every night the shouting starts. The voices of men, women, and children mingle together in a passionate call and response. People lean from the… Read more “Living in a Land of Protest: An Expat’s View of the Hong Kong Protests”
I found out in the beginning of March that I was unexpectedly pregnant. (This is also my poor attempt at an explanation for why I haven’t posted… Read more “Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Having a Baby in Hong Kong”
Snow Bunnies We had our first proper cool front come through Hong Kong over the past few days. Today is the coldest day we’ve had since we… Read more “The Weekly # 7: It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas? Sexy Santa, Next Level Bling, and the Dangers of Google Translate”
At the end of October, one of my lifelong friends came to Hong Kong for a quick visit at the end of a work trip to Bangkok.… Read more “Afternoon Tea at Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour”
Dress for the Season, Not for the Weather It’s the middle of November, but as far as the weather is concerned, it just feels like a milder… Read more “The Weekly # 6: Foods For Your Personality and the Prosperity Gospel of the Dragon”
How to take the ferry from Hong Kong to Macau and what to do for one day in Macau.
Hope you have all had a wonderful week! Meanwhile in Hong Kong… Grand Opening Condolences The floor that my office is on is split between our center… Read more “The Weekly #4: Is This a Funeral? Important Jobs, and Finding Your Passion”
Popcorn Malls 1 and 2 I may have mentioned this before, but Hong Kong (like many Asian cities) is essentially a giant shopping mall with apartments and… Read more “The Weekly #3: Popcorn Mall, Moon Cakes, and Our Growing Collection of Knife Stickers”