Category Archives: Hong Kong

Farewell with team

I’ve only been with this team for just 6 months but its been a really fun and delicious 6 months.  All the 4 ladies here love eating and shopping!  Every lunch its discussion on places to try and good shopping

Farewell with team

I’ve only been with this team for just 6 months but its been a really fun and delicious 6 months.  All the 4 ladies here love eating and shopping!  Every lunch its discussion on places to try and good shopping

Brunch with Claudia

Claudia’s a super soft-spoken and sweet person.  We had brunch at Din Tai Fung – my first time at this famous Michelin starred restaurant in Hong Kong.

Brunch with Claudia

Claudia’s a super soft-spoken and sweet person.  We had brunch at Din Tai Fung – my first time at this famous Michelin starred restaurant in Hong Kong.

Dinner with Tin

Dinner with Tin at Banyan Thai.  I gotta learn how to make that lettuce wrap – Thai style.  And a good Thai pomelo salad.  And spicy Tom Yum soup.  And the fried prawn cakes.  Lotsa things to learn.

Dinner with Tin

Dinner with Tin at Banyan Thai.  I gotta learn how to make that lettuce wrap – Thai style.  And a good Thai pomelo salad.  And spicy Tom Yum soup.  And the fried prawn cakes.  Lotsa things to learn.

More farewells

Very first friends in Hong Kong from University. Where better to grab one more dinner than at old Nam Shan Cheun.

More farewells

Very first friends in Hong Kong from University. Where better to grab one more dinner than at old Nam Shan Cheun.

Delicious Japanese food

Fiona arranged the best Japanese food I’ve ever had at Sushi Tokumi.

Delicious Japanese food

Fiona arranged the best Japanese food I’ve ever had at Sushi Tokumi.

Dinner with Friends

Delicious diner with Kathy, Doris and family in Peace Cuisine             Left: New favourite veggies: “tew maio choi” (pea shoot leaves, thin type) Right: Closest thing to the Hakka Chicken Wine Soup I’ve had in

Dinner with Friends

Delicious diner with Kathy, Doris and family in Peace Cuisine             Left: New favourite veggies: “tew maio choi” (pea shoot leaves, thin type) Right: Closest thing to the Hakka Chicken Wine Soup I’ve had in