(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.
I know many people who can't stand Asian food and act suspicious no matter what you offer them. A few of them live in Hong Kong, but would never eat in a local restaurant or even shop in local supermarket. It is possible, if you're wondering, as we do have Marketplace or U-Select (Tesco under … Continue reading Hong Kong local food for beginners.
I always think twice before answering the questions "Where do you live in Hong Kong?". Depending on who is asking, my answer might be different. At the beginning I would just say "Sham Shui Po!" straight away, until I noticed some people's horrified face expressions upon hearing that. Later, I understood what image does Sham … Continue reading Hong Kong Neighbourhoods – Sham Shui Po
When I arrived in Hong Kong, I knew I will be living in the least expat friendly area full of scary people who might or might not be connected with some underground organisations - first week in and I already saw live a battle of gangs just in front of my building. But enough about … Continue reading Coffee matters – new cafe in Sham Shui Po.