It’s been many years since I’d been back to Spring Moon at Peninsula Hotel and was happy to revisit when my friend S decided on yumcha for her birthday. This is a very belated, hence short post as my failing memory as a full-time mum also doesn’t afford me the luxury to take notes or […]

We experienced our first Secret Theatre at Tai Kwun when the heritage arts centre first reopened. It was a murder mystery to be solved and we sat in the jury deciding if the defendant was guilty or not. We also got to sit in a jail cell to talk to the Hannibal Lector character and […]

We checked out Art Basel over the weekend really briefly. The toddler likes looking at things – partly because I also love looking at things and we’ve been going to galleries since he was a newborn. He’s just alot more opinionated and vocal these days as a toddler. I’ve been trying to catch up with […]

Chef Vicky is a dear friend and also a fantastic chef that knows the ins and outs of Chinese and French cooking. He’s my King of Soups. And we all know the hallmark of a good Cantonese soup is the rich but subtle flavours – the essence of all the best produce (fish maw, sea […]

I was really lucky to get VIP tickets from a friend to the preview of Digital Art Fair Asia 2021 – the debut in Hong Kong and a personal tour from James Neary himself, the co-founder of the fair. Turkish American artist Refik Anadol’s genius masterpieces headlined the show. I was first acquainted with his […]

Cafe Melaka It’s been a while since I’ve been here, but when I was living in SYP neighbourhood, I used to get my laksa and char kueh teow fix at Cafe Melaka at Hotel Jen. You can find chendol, rojak and the whole works on the menu. I’m have to make another trip back now […]

Baby G turns 7 weeks this weekend and I’ve been cloth diapering part time for the last 6 weeks since we got back from the hospital. It’s been alot of trial and error, to say the least, wee leaks and figuring out his pee/poo schedule. Some tips on troubleshooting leaks. I cloth diaper during the […]

My latest story for Healthy Hong Kong. I have found it immensely helpful in feeling grounded, balanced and re-energised. Whether it’s the grounding “Yang” energy of gongs or the “Yin” of crystal bowls, I’ve found sound therapy through vibrations really calming and rejuvenating. Red Door Studio in Wong Chuk Hang has Asia’s largest collection of […]

I absolutely love Indian food and whilst we don’t have the variety and selection of Singapore’s Little India where I would get my Indian food fix, there are plenty of great options here in Hong Kong for Indian food. We are fans of the northern Indian butter chicken. Nearly a decade a go, I went […]

I discovered this little print store Odd One Out tucked away off St Francis Street (up a little flight of stairs) at the junction corner of the Monocle Store and bought a whole bunch of print cards. I must have walked passed plenty of times over the years and didn’t know of their existence until […]

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