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Landlord Bully – from Sham Shui Po to Pacific Place

Have you ever been a victim of landlord bully? Perhaps one day as you come close to the end of your tenancy, you are informed that your rent […]

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The Survival of the Fittest

As a woman living in Hong Kong, statistically, I stand to have the longest life span for women in the world at 86.7 years beating the previous record […]

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Cheap shopping

With crazy rents and run of the mill shopping malls, is it still possible to find bargains in this crazy city? How do you cope when it is […]

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AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines: safe to travel?

One  way good about living in Hong Kong that it is a travel hub and has a reasonably good selection of airlines; major and budget one that you can […]

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Occupy Central : breaking my heart and opening my thoughts

Occupy Central (OC) has been going on for over a month with no sign of a resolution. From a mostly supportive and empathetic attitude towards the cause and […]

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I wonder, I wander…Yellow or Blue ribbon?

These few days, whether you are a local or a foreigner, no one can ignore the presence of the ‘Occupy Central’ movement that has put this concrete jungle […]

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How to date a girl (nicely) without breaking the Bank!

Hong Kong is no doubt one of the most expensive cities in the world. Some even consider Hong Kong girls as materialistic and worst still; many suffer from […]

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How hongkongnese are you?

Like catching a flu, hongkongnism could be contagious.  Depending on your cultural immunity, the Hong Kong bug may have entered into your living system without you even noticing […]

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Which Brand for Hong Kong?

In Hong Kong , like many parts of Asia like Singapore,  Japan or China, consumers are very much driven by brand names. However, does one really know his […]

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Sorry you have “expired”!

In my 20’s, I often heard a this Chinese saying ” Man at 40 is a flower, woman at 40 is discarded tea leaves”. Wow, that sounded cruel but when […]

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From Disney ‘s Monsters University to Hong Kong’s Monsters School

I watched Monsters University on my flight  back to Hong Kong  from Shanghai recently. I thought it was a lovely movie.  I loved the One-Eye Green Guy, Michael Wazowski […]

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One Way to Rate Hong Kong men ( women) or perhaps universally

The below rating for men  is just for fun:  Rated as water: We all need water for survival. These are men whom you cannot taste  the difference between […]

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I love Hong Kong

I love Hong Kong was a movie by produced and directed by Eric Tsang back in 2011 released on Chinese New Year Day back in 2011. I guess it […]

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A taste of Hong Kong: Village vs CBD

I love Hong Kong villages. I live in Discovery Bay and I visit Cheung Chau, Lamma , Mui Wo, Tai O or Peng Chau on some weekends. I […]

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My Sexy China

I have never noticed how sexy China can be, and I am not only referring to the beautiful young Chinese ladies you see on magazines, or the tall […]

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My Smart Phone Life

My Smartphone Life Alarm rings. It is a woman’s voice, my voice in fact, telling me to wake up as I have a 9 am meeting in the […]

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A Matter of Choice & Taste

 It would not be difficult for anyone to notice that when it comes to  supermarket shopping in Hong Kong, it seems that the choices are limited due to […]

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Hong Kong Charitable Organization: SAC

Through a meetup group; I have come to know a local Hong Kong charitable organisation known as SAC or The Society for AIDS Care. Whilst many AIDS organisations […]

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Conducting financial due diligence or finding love?

An expat Chinese once told me about his experience with local Hong Kong ladies. He stated on the first date, she would  ask you what do you do, […]

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Hong Kong Chic vs Nostalgia

Hong Kong is a city of contrast and contradictions, Western versus Asia, modern yet behind, but maybe it is precisely the mix of the new and past, the […]

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