Lung Kwu Tan, Hong Kong: An Alternative Kitesurfing Spot in Summer

In summer when prevailing wind becomes north west or south west, kitesurfers in Hong Kong have to give up Shui Hau Wan, their favourite autumn/winter spot, to resort to either Pui O Beach, another beach in Lantau, or Lung Kwu Tan, a beach in the remote Teun Mun District of Hong Kong. Lung Kwu Tan, or…

Montreal: O.Noir – My Most Unforgettable Dinning Experience

Noir means black in French, if you would take a wild guess, and yes, you guessed it, it’s a dinning-in-the-dark kind of restaurant. When dinning in this restaurant, you can’t see anything, and more specially, all the waiters/waitresses are blind. I dare to say it was my best dinning experience during my short stay in…

8 Singapore Foods We Can’t Live Without

This post was actually inspired by my earlier post 10 Beijing Foods We Can’t Live Without (shame that the pictures were invalid because the hyperlink got removed somehow). This April, I finally managed to do some traveling as my previous easter holidays were all spent either at my hometown. As me and my travel buddy Vincent…

10 Beijing Foods We Can’t Live Without

[update Mar 2016] Most pictures of this post are invalid for some reason. Will post the pics soon. [end of update] I’ve been reading about articles titled ‘40 Hong Kong Foods We Can’t Live Without‘ and ‘40 Shanghai Foods We Can’t Live Without‘ on CNNGo, but I’ve been wondering why Beijing doesn’t have its own…

Hong Kong: Indian Food in Chungking Mansions

I’ve been really craving for some legit Indian food for a while. Very fortunate to have a good Indian friend Akash, who was brought up in Tanzania, but reared by his parents both from India. Suppressed by the heavy school work, we went out, during the final period of school, to Chungking mansions, the place most known…

Guangzhou’s Signature Xiguan Food

Xiguan is not only about its stylish unique Xiguan houses, and actually the food part is way more attractive to me. Grown up in Guangzhou, I couldn’t be more familiar with Xiguan food. And today, since Emliy and her husband is visiting Guangzhou, I decided to take them to Xiguan to have some of its…

Hong Kong: Australia Dairy Co. in Jordon

Energy drained from Christmas Eve, I slept all the way till almost 1 o’clock in the afternoon, and joined the Dim Sum lunch with Lilian and Ryan at the Tasteful Kitchen in Hung Hau. After that we poked around the temple street, and managed to walked to the near-by highly-recommended foodie called Australia Dairy Co….

Mr. Wong’s @ Yau Ma Tei

[update] To my sadness, this Cha Chann Teng had been closed for a while… [end of update] Lily has been talking about the Mr. Wong’s restaurant (more like a Cha Chann Teng) for a while. I looked for the name of the restaurant on openrice (a dominant searching engine for foodies in hk) but I…

Under Bridge Spicy Crab

LG5 Canteen failed to contain our hunger during the exam period, one possible solution – get some crabs! Tonight, after getting destroyed by my multi-variable calculus exam (it’s not only me that think the exam is ridiculously hard), my craving for food drastically boosted. Lilian, Ryan, Lishuan, Roland, Disi and I went to a restaurant…

Taco at Tequila Jack’s and Nathalie’s Birthday

Tonight is such a blast. I had Mexican food for the first time (well, the KFC Taco certainly doesn’t count) at one of the bars in TST (Hart Ave), one of the areas in TST that I haven’t been discovered. The place is definitely nice, we sat outside because there were too much people in…

Shake’em Buns and Lan Kwai Fong Street Carnival

On Saturday we went to Shake’em Buns in LKF area. I passed by this small burger place months before and was impressed by its cozy interior designs. I paid 104 HKD for a burger and along with French Fries, the most expensive burger meal I’ve ever had. Devouring a giant beef burger, I had a…