Day to day observations about life in Hong Kong from an expat who has been embedded here for five years. It comes raw and uncensored from a warped mind with a twist of humour added....and pbotos to help you get closer to the action.
About me: Born in Guyana, raised in Canada, lived and travelled around the world. Now living with my wife and daughter in Hong Kong. An artist by any other name...just enjoying life and drawing it, sometimes photographing it. My friends envy this way of life for some reason!
A hint of Gold
Some photos from my walkabout...just playing with the orange/gold theme.... Fri, 08 Oct 2010 16:09:00
A collection of lanterns from the Mid-Autumn Festival (Sept. 23rd.). It's always a spectacle; one of the prettiest nights of the year when families actually throttle down, relax, and look up at the full moon. Looking at the moon is something we should do more often. Hong Kongers are so det... Mon, 27 Sep 2010 15:48:00
I'm thinking of doing some sketches, so I went to my favourite Buddhist complex today (the Chi Lin nunnery) to do some recon photos to draw from. It's always quite here, and a breeze constantly circulates through the complex; a nod to the ingenious architects and designers, because when the res... Fri, 17 Sep 2010 17:03:00
It?s six ten am. I?m walking Taja to the train station. A scent trail lingers in the corridor all the way to the elevator like a pheromone teaser. ?It smells like old British Ladies,? my daughter says. In my opinion it smells like mothballs morphed with Calvin Klein?s Obsession. Who wears Obs... Mon, 13 Sep 2010 16:14:00
I woke up this morning to an eerie glow in the sky. It almost felt like the end of the world. It's unusual to see sunrises and sunsets in Hong Kong--I don't know why, but in my six years living here, I've only ever seen two sunsets worthy of any mention. The sun just sinks below the horizon wi... Thu, 09 Sep 2010 16:39:00