On not feeling foreign all the time, but continuing to feel like an immigrant.
Being in Hong Kong there are constantly people coming and going. Whether they are here on a layover, vacation, visa run, working or actually visiting you, you are constantly seeing or meeting new people. I have seen old colleagues, classmates, acquaintances, friends from 15 years ago, friends of friends, all passing through our city in... Continue Reading →
I moved to Hong Kong with a single checked bag, a carry on suitcase and a purse. I had some clothes, shoes, a towel, measuring cups, nutmeg, and some essential toiletries and medicines. Since I have been here, I've stocked a kitchen with dishes and food stuffs, purchased a DVD player, bookshelves, board games, art,... Continue Reading →