Life in Time of Coronavirus.

(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.

Hot Pot personalities.

(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.

What you should know about protests in Hong Kong…

...but international news won't tell you. Photo from https://www.axios.com/hong-kong-rally-protests-extradition-bill-leader-005ae05b-583e-4bbb-84a5-913e907dc648.html Starting from June, Hong Kong situation has been a bit complicated. People couldn't stay quiet anymore when government decided to introduce extradition bill that would allow to send people to China for trial if they did something bad in there. You can read more online - … Continue reading What you should know about protests in Hong Kong…