I often say there are more culture differences between my husband’s family and me than between me and him. But still, after so many year of being together, there are things Sing and his family do not understand about Poland and Polish people. Or at least my family representing Polish folks. I can’t say those … More 有些關於波蘭我老公是絕對不懂的事 – things about Poland my husband and his family don’t understand
You probably noticed that I write about Hong Kong more often than about Poland. It’s not that I’m not proud of my motherland, or that I don’t like Poland. I was never ashamed of the fact that I’m Polish. I was brought up in a lovely city, around lovely people. But I never felt any … More 為何我愛香港 – why I love Hong Kong
Over a year ago, after a long break, I landed a job in the same company as my husband. You may remember my ‘與老公一起上班 – working with a spouse‘ post. I was so eager and excited. It was not only opportunity to finally socialize with other people, but I could also spend more time with the … More 如何避免讓工作習慣變成你的生活習慣 – how I nearly let the work get me down
Things you don’t expect while blogging – building an audience other than your BFFs, going viral and that someone will actually find your content useful. I see more and more people come to my blog looking for tips for traveling in Poland and how to learn Cantonese. Or how to get a Polish partner. Or … More 音譯波蘭語 – useful Polish phrases… in Cantonese!
Few weeks ago it hit me – I write a lot about Hong Kong but not so much about Poland. If you click on the tab on the top of the page, ‘Hong Kong’ and ‘Cantonese’ will have much more links inside than ‘Poland’. And at the end of the day we are Polish-Hong Kong … More 我喜歡的波蘭音樂 – my choice of Polish music
First of all, I need to say sorry to everyone who waited for my regular posts – I had suffered from writer’s block and I needed time off to rethink what and when to write. Hopefully now I have enough ideas in my head for next few months. In meantime, I got few more e-mails … More 他的交女友指南 – my husband’s dating advice
In case you never heard the term ‘man flu’, it describes a man suffering from the common cold but exaggerates his symptoms and claims to have influenza’. The term is really often used in Ireland and UK and that only proves it was made-up purely for Sing. And my friends’ Hong Kong husbands and boyfriends. I don’t … More 香港man flu – Hong Kong man flu