3 Eras, One Photo – Life in Hong Kong
Hong Kong / hong kong life / travel

3 Eras, One Photo – Life in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city of continual change. Often that change leaves behind little of what came before. Sometimes however rare and unusual gems of a city past can find a new leash on life and a path to preservation. Here I give you one such example I photographed located in To Kwa Wan in … Continue reading

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A walk through Nan Lian Garden
Culture / Hong Kong / Natural Environment / Photography / Plants / Recreation / travel

A walk through Nan Lian Garden

Hidden in Diamond Hill, Nan Lian is a large garden that tries to emulate the Tang Dynasty. It is a good place to exercise your camera with or simply enjoy the serenity of a manicured Chinese garden. Each tree, rock and structure is situated with a reason and purpose. For someone like me who appreciates nature and … Continue reading

A stroll through Kowloon Walled City Park
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A stroll through Kowloon Walled City Park

One of the surprising things about Hong Kong is how interesting some of the parks are. I’ve mentioned Kowloon Walled City Park before, but it never ceases to amaze me when I go to the park how much of an incredibly seedy and disturbing history it once had. Yet now, it is a paradise full … Continue reading

Eating out / Food - Restaurants / Hong Kong / Malaysia / Singapore

In search of Hong Kong’s best Hainan Chicken

This Malay/Singapore dish (originally from Hainan, but perfected by Malaysia and Singapore) can be a bit scary to the Western palate as it involves a boiled and then chilled fresh yellow skinned chicken, normally served cold, gelatinous skin on and deboned accompanied by a chicken rice (rice boiled in a chicken broth) and dipping sauces. … Continue reading