The two biggest Halloween events in Hong Kong would have to be Disneyland’s Haunted Halloween…Read More
The Pearl of the Orient. The Fragrant Harbour.
Whatever you want to call it, Hong Kong is a special place indeed. After calling it home for over two years, I realized that Hong Kong is the perfect gateway to Asia. Being a major financial hub, it’s all shiny and quite Westernized. Tourists can visit and easily get around using only English, yet something about it is still very exotic. Very Asia. It’s no wonder it’s newest nickname calls it Asia’s World City.
Despite Hong Kong having no cultural traditions associated with Halloween, each year the holiday is…Read More
For months now I’ve looked out my windows, often wondering what parts of Hong Kong…Read More
Every Friday I’ll be sharing a photo from someplace in my travels. This week’s photo…Read More
Mid-Autumn Festival takes place on the 15th day during the 8th month of the lunar…Read More
Mooncakes are everywhere. In Hong Kong, you can’t walk more than a few feet without…Read More
The Dragon Boat Festival, also known as the Tuen Ng Festival, is a favorite amongst Hong Kongers. The festival takes place on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month, typically falling in June of each year. This celebration goes back as far as the 3rd century […]Read More
Every Friday I’ll be sharing a photo from someplace in my travels. This weeks photo was taken one of my first nights in Hong Kong after my big move. Victoria Harbour as viewed from Tsim Tsa Tsui, Hong Kong […]Read More