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Summer Back Home

August 30, 2015 / by

So we're down to our last couple of days before the new academic year commences. Trust me, I'm as depressed as you are. But let's change the topic. How did you spend your summer? Crossed anything off...

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Chicken Handbags

June 16, 2015 / by

Tonight I'm sitting by the rails of a big shipping vessel as it makes its way slowly eastwards from Cebu City in the heart of the Philippines to Surigao in the eastmost province of Mindanao.  From...

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The Return of Hong Kong’s Car Nameplates

June 14, 2015 / by

The excellence in Hong Kong's car nameplates continues. I've continued to keep a close eye on interesting nameplates, and once again, I was not disappointed. Thanks to everyone who has helped...

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The Big Apple

May 24, 2015 / by

"Living in New York City is like dating a comedian: fun while it lasts, but when it's over, man, is it over." I came across this quote the other day and it took me a split second to realize that...

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Guest Blogs
Photo 1: Trimmy on the 3rd floor of the main library at HKU, 2015

Minorities at HKU #4 – Thrimendra the Sri Lankan

June 04, 2015 / by

Arriving in Hong Kong when he was 11 years old, Trimmy at first found it difficult to get to know Hong Kongers.  After he became one of three foreigners in an otherwise Chinese class, he had to work...

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The Big Apple

May 24, 2015 / by

"Living in New York City is like dating a comedian: fun while it lasts, but when it's over, man, is it over." I came across this quote the other day and it took me a split second to realize that...

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Author Profiles

Chloe Lam

Meeting people on campus, a picture a time.

Heey Jin Kim

Writing about small me taking on the big world.

Karen Cheung

The city gets curiouser and curiouser as I take you down the rabbit hole.

Nikita Mathur

"And that's all I have to say about that." - Forrest Gump, 1994

Coco Mak

A baby's bonafide take on our concrete jungle.

Michael Chan

Blogger with a focus on the environmental disciplines.