(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 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.
Some people love exploring new places, they would rather risk something that keep their everyday the same, but for me, I love making my places mine. Although I am an introvert in every possible way, I enjoy being recognised in my favourite restaurants and cafes. Even a simple thing like going to supermarket get so … Continue reading The power of everyday habits.
Summer is over and weather in Hong Kong is getting better. That means it's finally Polish style summer weather with temperatures around 24-28 degrees Celsius and you start to want to spend you day out. Both P. and me decided to drive to the place recommended by P.'s boss and see if we like it … Continue reading Forest Cafe 森林咖啡 – escape from the big city.
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.