There is much to reflect upon the past decade. One thing is certain — moving abroad is one of the best decisions I ever made. Living in foreign lands, removed from the familiar comforts of Singapore, has broaden my horizons and enriched me.Read More
For more than 50 years, Cheung Heung has been the go-to spot in Kennedy Town for cheap eats and is known for its handmade Chinese pastries and milk tea.Read More
For more than half a century, Tung Hing has been churning out fishballs from the same spot in Kennedy Town.Read More
The place in Kennedy Town to go to for hearty, no-frills dim sumRead More
A dim sum restaurant, a cha chaan teng (Hong Kong-style cafe), and a fishball shop. These three family businesses have been operating in Kennedy Town for several decades. Faced with challenges such as increasing operating costs, competition, and changing customers’ preferences, will they continue past the current generation?Read More
Just as the bad things in life shall pass, so do the good stuff. Life is too short to be fussing about things that do not matter.Read More
Reflections from an overnight train ride from Hong Kong to Shanghai and a high-speed rail journey along China’s eastern territoryRead More
How many people notice or read a lengthy image caption on Instagram? Why should I bother to write them?
Because I care.
One of the perks of living in Hong Kong is the easy access to pristine, rustic nature. Recently, we hiked up to Jardine’s Lookout and Mount Butler and were greeted by breathtaking views of the territory.Read More