I remember when I was living in Mainland China, I would think Hong Kong is a big city where people are rich and party all the time and I was sure by then that I will never feel good there. I loved the place I stayed in, because it had a countryside vibe and it … Continue reading Being a tourist vs being a resident.
Mid-Autumn Festival, also called Moon Festival is celebrated on 15th day of 8th month of Lunar Calendar, that means somewhere between end of September and beginning of October. This year it was 24th of September. It is second most important festival after Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. It is also second time I can … Continue reading How to survive Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations.
Hong Kong is believed to be one of the most expensive cities in the world. It seems to be always there in Top 10, together with Singapore and Zurich. But is the average prices and cost of living taken into account really realistic? Statistics might not be the reality of your daily life. Let's look … Continue reading How much does life in Hong Kong really cost?
Everyday life in Hong Kong is pretty much like everywhere else. There are however many things that are finally making me appreciate Poland. Here are the main 5 ones: 1: Work conditions. Work life in Hong Kong is not as extreme as what you might imagine. It's not Japanese karoushi (death though overwork). People in … Continue reading The 5 messed up things in Hong Kong.
First of all, to become Hong Kong resident, you must need a reason. For me the reason was my husband P. who comes from Hong Kong. We lived in Dubai and decided to quit our jobs there to settle down in Hong Kong. As I'm Polish, we did consider moving to Poland, but Hong Kong … Continue reading How to become Hong Kong resident in few easy steps.