I took a sidecar feng shui tour with Singapore Sidecars last year when I stayed at the Capella Singapore. While things around the world and the virus epidemic has yet to be resolved, Hong Kong is slowly inching back to life with the new normal – whatever that looks like. Hopefully, obsessively good hygiene remains […]
January feels like a lifetime ago. Covid-19 has skewed our concept of time and space as we’re all living in this surreal film staying home with an epidemic unfolding in the world. Reminiscing better days and our last vacation in Europe. I tried Snowga in Megeve. Read all about it on Healthy HKG. For now, […]
It’s such a difficult time in the world at the moment and reading about travel probably isn’t the first thing on people’s minds. We can read, dream and gather inspiration and armchair travel in the meanwhile. When all this is over, we can make those plans for our next trips that we’ve always put on […]
My story for Culture Trip after the launch of Beijing’s first Michelin Guide with some of my old and new favourites. I also got to speak to Chinese food authority Fuchsia Dunlop who shed light on the rich offerings of Chinese cuisine. Following the Guide’s China launch in Shanghai and Guangzhou, Beijing’s first Michelin Guide […]
In November 2019, Mr chef’s protegé Wang Bin earned his first Michelin star for his Contemporary European restaurant The Georg. I made a list of his favourites for Culture Trip on where to eat: from Hotpot to Peking duck. This is my longer version as the story I filed was edited down with the word […]
I worked on this commissioned piece for Culture Trip, part of their content partnership with the Macao Tourism Board MGTO. All of the spots are some of my favourite places when I lived there for 4.5 years.
This story for the SCMP was a joy to put together as it includes all my favourite things – food, history and culture. You can read the piece here. Macanese cuisine has so many similarities to Singapore’s Eurasian food, along with Peranakan food, thanks to the bustling trade routes and influences from Portugal and its […]
I love going back to Beijing, it always feels like my second home. Having spent 5 years living there, and the years my friends and I call “the years we grew into adults”. There, I made life long friends – many who now live across the globe, but we always remained in touch. It’s also […]