What I wanted to write about this time is, how ongoing protests affected my life in Hong Kong, as well as my way of thinking. Although I am not directly involved, there is something happening around town everyday and no matter what, every single person in Hong Kong got affected by it in one way … Continue reading My life after June 2019.
With the difficult ongoing situation in Hong Kong, it's hard to just go out and enjoy your life, as where ever you go, shadow of the protests follows you. Although much concerned about the situation, P. and I decided to run away from it and spend some time out of the city. Sounds grand, but … Continue reading A day away from the city.
Last few months were pretty life changing so I wasn't able to write much, but here comes another post, this time about public hospital care in Hong Kong which surprised me in many ways. 1. Language. I used both private and public clinics/hospitals and my experience when it comes to communication was quite unexpected. While … Continue reading Public hospitals in Hong Kong – what surprised me.
Starting from November 2018, P.'s family was experiencing real baby boom. The production was quite intense and three babies are in making. One was born in November 2018, another due this month and who knows when is the next. We're just waiting to hear about more people in the family announcing theirs. And so when … Continue reading Pregnancy in Hong Kong – the local way.
Over the holidays and New Year's first day, Social Media keeps flooding you with people being happy with their previous year, showing off their best moments of 2018. Then a wave of happy partying people photos come. New Year's Resolutions made public. It seems like everyone's 2018 was amazing, but they still wish for a … Continue reading How will year 2019 treat me?