The other day after work, I went to the flower market to pick up some Autumn. I’d gotten to the point where I needed a reminder that it was, after all, November! After running through all the shops within the 3-4 blocks that make up… Read More
Hey there! I’ve noticed a lot of new followers lately, so welcome! I’m glad you’re here. I started blogging in 2012, to document my journey of living abroad. Despite occasional attempts to focus on specific subject matters over the years, I always come back to… Read More
Yesterday marked the 26th anniversary of the deliberate slaughtering of thousands of Chinese students during a protest in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China. The above picture was taken last night at Hong Kong’s Victoria Park Candlelight Vigil.
Joshua Wong had a busy summer. He went from being a 17-year-old teenage boy, to one of the world’s greatest leaders. Joshua formed the pro-democracy student group that took to the streets of Hong Kong last summer. While withstanding countless attacks of pepper spray and… Read More
“It’s not possible to be in favor of justice for some people and not be in favor of justice for all people.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
It has certainly been an interesting week here in Hong Kong, to say the least. As the world takes notice of tensions rising between Hong Kong and China, I thought I would provide a little snapshot of the history between Hong Kong and China.