我最愛的香港甜品 – my top Hong Kong desserts

As you might remember, my relationship with the US was like a friendzone, there was something that I like about the States, but it didn’t ‘click’ at the end. One of the things I loved about living in the USA was the variety of food I could eat. Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, Hawaiian, Jamaican, Korean, French, … More 我最愛的香港甜品 – my top Hong Kong desserts

廣東話的粗口 – Cantonese profanities, puns and slang

Even thought there’s no chance we can live in Hong Kong in the nearest future, I’m still excited for our annual trip back home at the end of September.Not to mention it’s a chance for me to practice my (broken) Cantonese. I love to share anything cool I find about Cantonese, hoping that maybe it … More 廣東話的粗口 – Cantonese profanities, puns and slang

沒有手機上網的假期 – holidays without Internet

Have you ever been in a situation when you look at other couples, kiss and say ‘We will never be like that’, then few years later you do the exact same thing? Our situation happened when I went to Hong Kong for the very first time. We entered McDonald’s and saw those couples, who don’t … More 沒有手機上網的假期 – holidays without Internet