人山人海 (终)

Disneyland! Before that, run. 7 a.m. sharp, warmed up, cold, run at Tcheung Kwan O (TKO). Great place to run, there was a park dedicated for runners. There was one lady singing very loudly, and many old people doing Tai Chi there. Start! Just look at this view… Notice a small red dot in the […]

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人山人海 (五)

My legs were dysfunctional at this point of time. I took a day off from the trip, and slept until mid-afternoon, and was forced to wake up to attend an important wedding (which was apparently one of the main motives of this trip, which I did not realise until then) I had a beef noodle […]

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人山人海 (四)

After yesterday’s rather unhappy ending to the day, I decided to run the biggest part of Hong Kong by myself in the morning. Let us run together! Dropping off from the pier, starting point of my run. First mile. Second mile-ish… Third mile…? Look at their national library, it’s huge! That stairs from Hong Kong […]

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人山人海 (三)

Cheung Chau was the main thing for the day, I did not go for a run because my legs needed some well-deserved rest. Gor Gor Boi did not become our tour-guide for the day because he needed to work, so we navigated most of our ways. Before heading to Cheung Chau, we spent the morning […]

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人山人海 (二)

Morning. 0630. Run. No people on the streets, literally, the weekends, best time to run. I did not do any warm-ups, (regret hits later), I was shivering, quivering when I started to run. I will let the pictures do the talking, I will run. The piers in the morning. An empty pool at Kowloon park. […]

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人山人海 (一)

Rushing, rushing, rushing again. I was not ready to go to Hong Kong, I was busting my ass off, rushing my blog posts for the week that I was about to be in HK, and I still had left-over tasks from my work, it was as if I was carrying a burden to a trip. […]

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Leaf Blower

The melodious tune was emitted into my left ear as I was taking a sip of tea, breathing in the air of China, somewhat hazy and congested. It was that of a combination of a flute and a whistle, I stood on my feet, gazing into the dock from the top floor of the night […]

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Unruly

China is a country where the economy has grown exponentially over these past few years, being on par with the economy giants of the contemporary. However, when the economy flows in too quickly, the people there are still stagnant at their old times where moral values were kept aside, and not acquired. “Croakk! Phewt!” the […]

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寻潘之根(总)

The next day, as we crawled out of bed, we headed back to the ancestor’s house for groupies. I am the one in grey, with brown sleeves. Haha, I just stood/crouched there and smiled. After massive photo shootings, they brought us up to see the tomb of the ancestor. Feast your eyes upon my poor […]

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