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A bit shy at first but definitely love meeting new friends from all around the world. :) I am an easy-going and fun-loving person. Hope to meet all of you someday!
Laugher is the best medicine.
Don't think too much about the uncertainties because you'll cross that bridge when you get to it.
"Our lives are not our own. We are bound to others, past and present, and by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future." - David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas
Thing goes around comes around
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
My sister and I were backpackers travelling to different places in Asia Pacific and Europe since Feb 2012. Get to know couchsurfing by then.
I am happy to be one of the hosts in Hong Kong. It's fun meeting a number of new friends from different parts of this small world. Actually I had very nice experience being both the host or the surfer. :) Thanks all mates. Hope u feel the same!
I am quite new here and looking forward to a happy experience! :)
My interests are indeed not many... only travelling, meeting new friends, cooking, baking, making desserts, photographing, painting, swimming, watching fun tv programmes(e.g. Running Man, MasterChef, etc) :P
- chinese new year
- hang gliding
- horse racing
Music, Movies, and Books
Kelly Clarkson, Bruno Mars, Carly Rae Jepsen and Katy Perry are my favourite.
Books I like the most are the Alchemist, Tuesdays with Morrie, and Charlotte's Web.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Hang gliding in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia! That's scary but amazing at the same time. Flying up in the sky with eagles, looking down to the beautiful ocean, feeling so carefree in the breeze; Words cannot express how wonderful I felt. Enjoy that moment much!
Teach, Learn, Share
Here're some highlights for travelling in Hong Kong.
1. One day trip to Tai O to see a fishing village on Lantau Island and Hong Kong's fabled pink or white dolphins (http://www.hkdolphinwatch.com/)
2. One day trip to Hong Kong World Class Geopark (http://www.geopark.gov.hk/en_index.htm)
3. Fortune teller at Temple Street at night. (http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/shop/where-to-shop/street-markets-and-shopping-streets/temple-street-night-market.jsp)
There are mainly 2 kinds: by consulting the fortune-telling parrots or by palm reading
4. See horse racing at Happy Valley or Shatin. Check schedule at http://www.hkjc.com/home/english/index.asp
5. See the 'Beat bad guy' service provided by old women under the Bridge at the junction of Hennessy Road and Canal Road at Causeway Bay
6. Take the tram at HK island from one end to another (just HKD 2.3, probably one or two hour)
7. Go to the Government Headquarter at Admiralty to see if there is any Hong Kong style demonstrations.
8. Foot massage
9. Eat snake soup, edible frog, crocodile....
10. HK Wetland Park http://www.wetlandpark.com (HKD 30)
11. Try chinese medicine or Chinese tonic / healthy food (e.g. ginseng, bird's nest soup with rock sugar)
12. Shatin 1 day trip: Che Kon Temple > Shatin central garden > local bakery for Hong Kong style egg tarts > Ten Thousand Buddhas > local restaurant for hotpot or share dishes
13. Join one of HKLCEC (Hong Kong Language and Cultural Exchange Club) events, e.g. occasional social gathering, etc to meet local guys and have language and cultural exchange
14. try out the real-life gaming, "Lost", HKD$88 for 1 room, details are shown here> http://losthk.com/en/about-lost
15. Info for camping and hiking in HK http://www.afcd.gov.hk/english/country/cou_vis/cou_vis_cam/cou_vis_cam_cam/cou_vis_cam_cam.html
16. Night Parade in Tsim ShaTsui to see local dragon and lion dancers and costumed characters during chinese new year
17. Fireworks in Victoria Harbour during chinese new year
18. Join the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival and Dragon Boat Race (http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/events-festivals/highlight-events/dragon-boat-carnival.jsp?page=3)
and lots of other...
FREE WIFI ACCESS IN HK:
You may have free internet access in public library, McDonald's, Starbucks Cafe, some shopping malls, Wifi hotspot area in some MTR stations, or even Webus of Citybus. Ask customer servicers for help if u can't find one.
Besides, there are many free wifi hotspots in HK. Check them out on this webpage: http://www.gov.hk/en/theme/wifi/location/
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, China, France, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In