It's been a while since I wrote here, mainly because none of the things that happened in Hong Kong these last few months were easy and breezy enough to write about. If you read news, you will know what I'm talking about. There is one more thing I was occupied with and that is the … Continue reading Summertime from hell.
Since the virus crisis started in 2020 I started to notice Hong Kong people tend to over-protect themselves in this situation. It is fully understandable why they are doing so, but it makes me smirk sometimes as well. No haircut. Ever. A lot of people I know declared that they will not get a haircut … Continue reading Hong Kongers obsessions with hygiene.
If you skimmed through my blog before (which I know not many people did), you might remember I mentioned that work conditions in Hong Kong are very different to other countries. You know, super small annual leave and people working unpaid overtime, etc. Now, since the Hong Kong protests started and then the coronavirus outbreak … Continue reading How 2019/2020 changed work conditions in Hong Kong.
(And yes, that was supposed to sound like Gabriel Garcia Marquez book.) I don't want to write about coronavirus and Wuhan and what it is and how it spreads, as the news and information are coming from every source, every newspaper, TV shows updates, people spread gossip and sensational news. It's my first time experiencing … Continue reading Life in Time of Coronavirus.
(Disclaimer: this post is subjective and based only on my own observations. Please let me know if you have different observations or opinions.) There might not be one national dish of Hong Kong, but one thing that says "Hong Kong" more than anything else is Hot Pot. A dish of soup on a stove and … Continue reading Hot Pot personalities.