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One of the best things about Macau is it hasn’t been cleaned up and gentrified like many cities. The old locals are still grumpy as hell, there are random little flea markets and really old shops that have collected dust for decades filled with Macau vintage treasures from bowls to posters and 1800s postcard to […]

Well, here has 2013 gone? It has flown me by again and it’s the time of year for hard drive spring cleaning, social channels housekeeping and reflecting on how fast, furious and exciting this year’s been. Here are some highlights from my Instagram in 2013, the rubber duckie craze that made International news headlines many […]

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I’ve done my favourite Peking duck list, the last time I’ve checked returning regularly to Beijing since I left in 2011, they are all still good, and there’s a new kid on the block to have your duck – jujube wood roasted and spot on.   I finally got a chance to dine at Jing Yaa […]

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I left Swire Hotels over a year ago and look back and all the social channels I created and am super proud of the recent video my ex colleague Lilian directed and produced. Reminds me of the series of videos on Eat. Travel. Learn. And Nokia Shorts competition also has a beautiful split screen Love […]

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Last week at ILTM made miss working in a hotel. Some of my best times were spent at The Opposite House, Beijing where I headed up the PR department with absolutely no prior PR or hospitality experience, my task was to amongst the daily grind of office work – have fun with journalists on press trips […]

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Happy Friday! Here’s a heartwarming moment on a flight delay! I used to commute on this route regular enough before finally throwing in the towel to move to Macau. This is probably a one in a million chance for a spontaneous mini concert in the plane. Flight delays are the bane of our lives, and […]

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Happy New Year! It’s the first day of the Snake Lunar New Year and I’ve seen lots of greetings and designs – such a versatile animal to make greeting cards with. Here’s a list of top 10 lucky foods to eat over Chinese New Year, you’ve got 15 days to get your fill on this […]

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One of the City of Dream’s new fine dining establishments, Jade Dragon is truly a restaurant to take guests you want to impress. The interiors are stunning – tall traditional Chinese medicinal cabinets decorated with ornate Chinese art pieces. The food and service – impeccable. We couldn’t find a single fault. We were given a […]

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I zipped in and out of Shanghai on a business trip, but thankfully there is always time for a meal and what better time when it’s hairy crabs season! (November to early December). The hairy crabs are best during this season when it’s mating season, hence the presence of plenty of roe and for male […]

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Li Xiaofeng is one of my favourite contemporary Chinese artists who work primarily with classical blue and white porcelain and probably the only artist doing his signature style porcelain couture. If I were to invest in art, I’m definitely going for his pieces. Having researched and refined his process for over ten years, Li has […]

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