Hong Kong wet markets always trigger a lot of nostalgia. They’re really vibrant places, full of character and interactions between the local community and market stall owners.
Oh how I love Brutalist architecture and better yet, Brutalist architecture that is still very much in public use and the Southbank Centre is one of those. I visited the brilliant Andreas Gursky photography exhibition and of course, managed to take a few photos of the iconic building too.
Last week’s response to my post was pretty amazing. I can’t wait to share more stories on the blog about growing up as a British born Chinese (BBC) in the UK but first, here are three things that I’ve been loving lately…
So, I am beginning to feel a little silly knowing that I had this post in my drafts for over a year now because it’s a bit special! Remember when I went to Barcelona for my 30th? Of course we made sure to visit one of the most famous cathedrals in the world, Gaudi’s Sagrada
It’s finally time to take a look back at this brief trip to Australia earlier this year. It was an unforgettable trip where a bunch of my closest friends travelled over to Sydney to see our friends get married. In between the wedding we managed to fit in some exploring which included the famous walk
Sometimes there are pictures you want to share instantly on a blog and despite having a bit of a backlog of posts to sort out, I had to share these portraits of flowers first. My life doesn’t revolve around my blog (but it certainly used to!) and over time, I have fallen out of the
I’m finally back on the blog – I hope you all haven’t forgotten about me! I can’t quite believe it’s been a month since my last post and the longest break I’ve ever had from blogging. It’s been a good break but I’ve really missed blogging so I’m keen to get back into it, starting
I’m off on my holidays! I’m all packed and I’m SO ready for my flight back to Hong Kong today. I’ll be back in my second home for a few weeks with the usual plans of seeing family, friends and eating ALL the food. We’ve got an overnight stay in neighbouring Macau which is always
It’s June! How fast has this year gone? I can’t believe we’re 6 months into 2016 already. I miss the days as kids when days, weeks and months used to pass by at a snail’s pace. It’s a reminder to make sure that you’re really enjoying life to the max and it’s definitely appropriate to