Endless holiday

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Hello again! I’ve been suffering from a mild form of writer’s block of late, namely, laziness. I had thought about writing a post about Christmas in Hong Kong, but there really wasn’t all that much to report on. As one … Continued

Light My Path

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My second visit to Singapore has been yet again an enriching experience. Initially unwilling to return, my hand was forced by a recruitment agency which had successfully arranged a number of interviews with some very large banks based over there. … Continued

Coolest Night I’ve had in 6 Weeks

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Music whispers sweet words to the tormented soul and unbind the shackles of the inflicted ~Cal Wong   Last night a good mate of mine took me to a speakeasy in Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan. Coolest night I’ve had in … Continued

Alternate ways to making a living

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I went for a wander after my Canto Opera experience and made my way to Mong Kok. I read somewhere that this is the most densely populated place on Earth. Interesting isn’t it? These guys were just as interesting:

Malaise

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So I noticed the last few days I had begun falling into a general malaise and complacent attitude. Hong Kong is a place with many masks, one of  those being Sin City. It is so easy to just fall into … Continued

No words could describe this day

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I visited the place where I was born. My first home. The place where I learnt to write my name in Chinese. The place where my late father ran a restaurant. This is Yuen Long.

In sha’Allah

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I met this guy on the morning of my last day in Singapore. We were sitting out the front of my hotel smoking a filthy cigarette each. He questioned me about the local SIM card sitch as he was also new … Continued

I like Birds

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My 2nd full day in Singapore and I think I am in love with this place already. The climate is perfect. It is warm and tropical and a wee bit humid, this means plants thrive here. I am always blown … Continued

Bittersweet

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Sitting here at the airport I am surrounded by what lays ahead of me. Directly in front of me are two rather attractive Asian girls, a little further along a group of phlegm hocking Chinese Nationals. I am leaving Sydney … Continued