你好!

‘You good’? 🙂

Welcome to my site. I’ve decided to run this place to for several reasons. My two major inspirations were Rachel and Jun from ‘MyHusbandisJapanese’ and that it’s hardly possible to find anything like that about Chinese people, not to mention Hongkongers.

Of course some of the people can say ‘Both of them are Asians so what’s the big difference’ and I plan to answer that and many other questions about multiculture relationship, chinese culture, language. Give some advices how to date and handle a white girl, how to deal with long distance relationship, how to handle culture differences between you and girl of your dream.

For girls who are interested in Asian, Chinese particularly I show you how to handle your relationship with future mother-in-law, how to prepare simple chinese food that can help you win their hearts, teach you some simple phrases you can impress his family. I also want to introduce you some asian, not only chinese products, like facewashes, hair conditioners, body lotions and a bunch of cute, useless stuff you would love to buy 🙂

I guess I should say few words about us:

My name is Paulina/Lina/Na and I’ve been married since 20th of July, 2012 in Tsim Sha Tsui to a lovely Hong Kong man. I just turned 22, my husband will become 27 this years, after long distance relationship we decided to go to next level and get married. I gave up my whole life in my country – school, friends, family and followed man of my dreams, supporting him.Currently we’re living in America, so he can develope himself and take a chance life gave him. Hoping that one day we come back to our HK we deal with everyday life, culture differences and keep on loving.

遲啲見

PS Sorry for my English, I try not to make mistakes, but it’s not my native language. Hope you don’t have problems with understanding.

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10 thoughts on “你好!

  1. Hi, Na. Nice to see this blog. I am also a HongKonger. I get married with my wife and I lived in Canada now. My wife is not a 鬼妹,she is also a HongKonger, but she lives in Canada over 20 yrs. Your blog is interesting. You said English is not your native language, so where are you come from? I would like to be friend with you and your husband. Let’s be friend.

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  2. Hi Herbert! First of all thank you for your comment and I’m glad you’re the first one posting comment here 🙂 I come from Poland, Europe so since English it’s not my native language after all those years of studying I still make mistakes. Especially after studying Chinese – sometimes I mix Chinese and English grammar and it all ends up really funny 🙂 Currently we live in California. Do you enjoy living in Canada? Do you miss Hong Kong? Any plans to come back? 🙂

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  3. Hi, how can I call you? I am interesting why you two live in California now? Are you two studied in America before? Hey, I also left a message in ‘cooking’. Actually, I miss Hong Kong much, I would like to live in Hong Kong, but Hong Kong apartment is very very expensive. I think your husband must know and hate that. Right? I forgot to tell you that I am living in Toronto now. How about you? do you like Hong Kong? Did your husband visit Poland before? Many HongKonger like watch the England Premier Legend (Soccer). Did your husband like that?

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    1. On my last message, I said “How can I call you?” Actually I mean what is your name. I feel sorry that you have post your name in your first post, your name is Paulina, right? Please ignore my first question on the last message. Sorry.

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  4. Interesting blog 🙂 you will have a lot of fun with your Hong Kong husband ^^ if you wanna know more about the life of Hong Kong, do come to our missy diaries 🙂 we are three ladies with different characters writing a blog together, sharing our bits n pieces in Hong Kong! Wish to see you in hk soon! xxx

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  5. 你好 Lina, thanks for stopping by:) Just had a look at your blog, and it’s interesting to know why you’re blogging. Keep in touch, hope you like my blog (I’m fairly new to this as you can see) and see if we’ll meet each other and eat around when you’re here!
    Judith x

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  6. You have a very fun blog! Keep it up. Good to see a gui mui’s view of my hometown. My husband is Vietnamese and I’m from Hong Kong and we still have to communicate in English!

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  7. I absolutely love your blog and find most of your post’s to be
    what precisely I’m looking for. Does one offer guest writers to write content for you personally?
    I wouldn’t mind publishing a post or elaborating on a lot of the subjects you write
    regarding here. Again, awesome web log!

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