So a few weeks ago my Uncle Ronald wanted to take me and my friends out for a meal in Hong Kong for a belated birthday present/before I leave event. So he took us to Cheung Chau for a food and alcohol fuelled evening, and it was so good (apart from my head this morning). Continue reading “East Meets West”
HKBU hosts a new outing each month and this was the first one I decided to go to was a historical trail in the New Territories.
Places on the trail featured Hong Kong’s Oldest Pagoda and a 200-year old traditional Chinese walled village Continue reading “Tin Shui Wai Historical Trail”
I visited the beautiful nunnery and gardens over in Diamond Hill after my class today and it was truly wonderful.
What I loved most about the place is it had a that private religious feel to it even though it’s only round the corner from a big commercial shopping centre.
Those who know me know that I go to football every week and being a month or so since I’d be to a live sporting event.
So someone posted in the HKBU Internationals Facebook group about a live rugby match between two big sides I couldn’t turn my head up at it. Continue reading “Live Sport at Last!”