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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... read more [Hits: 39 - Added: 08-09-09]http://hitch-hiking-nomad.blogsp...
Hong Wrong is an acclaimed mix of mildly serious observation & irreverent claptrap chronicling the good, bad and ugly under the Fragrant... read more [Hits: 39 - Added: 22-10-12]http://www.hongwrong.com
Asian contemporary culture and quirkiness, street art, architecture and the photography from the streets of Tokyo, Melbourne, Bangkok and now Hong... read more [Hits: 22 - Added: 25-05-11]http://ilbonito.wordpress.com/
Using pictures to understand the quirky and unexpected side to life in Hong Kong. read more [Hits: 90 - Added: 13-11-10]http://www.landofnocheese.com/
My blog is called Mint Mocha Musings.
read more [Hits: 31 - Added: 10-01-13]http://www.mintmochamusings.com
Metaphorical travel diaries and unsubstantiated social commentary, from the USA to HK read more [Hits: 27 - Added: 20-11-09]http://reverseimmigration.wordpr...
Daily happenings in our life here in Hong Kong, our travels and my personal opinions, rants or raves on what has me inspired or furious! :) OR...a... read more [Hits: 17 - Added: 08-09-13]http://www.therenditionsofrenoir...
American cartoonist reports on life in Wang Tong, the tiny village in the middle of somewhere. read more [Hits: 33 - Added: 28-07-09]http://toiletbar.blogspot.com
This girl is a Canadian living and working in Hong Kong. Here you'll find some of her day-to-day curious, bizarre, and funny encounters. Welcome to... read more [Hits: 27 - Added: 07-01-14]http://thisgirlabroad.wordpress....
The description says it all to be honest, this blog explores the ridiculous experiences we have had living abroad so far. It is light and comedic with... read more [Hits: 42 - Added: 23-11-17]https://whatcouldgowronginhongko...
Dear friend or stranger who has stumbled across this blog -- please go and take a look atwww.greenbluesea.netwhich is my new blogging and photography project. It's still Hong Kong, but underwater, whe... read more
Posted on 20 March 2015 | 10:37 am
Land of no cheese 没有芝士的土地 - Hong Kong photoblog
Hey everyone! I wanted to write a quick post to let my subscribers or anyone else who stumbles upon this wordpress.com site, that I’ve just moved my blog over to a self-hosted wordpress.org site... read more
Posted on 2 October 2014 | 1:13 am
Returning to the Midwest to begin my vocation in schools has been a new adventure in itself. A very different adventure than going to Spain, and even a different kind of teaching than in Hong Kong.(Si... read more
Posted on 14 October 2013 | 2:33 am
Fighting the Flat Life
My friend Scott recently sent me a photo which exactly falls into what I call "Chinese Creativity".Scott is originally from The USA, but is living already for over 8 years in Shenzhen where he works a... read more
Posted on 3 February 2013 | 7:29 am
Being Dutch in Asia
The Hong Kong Red Cross has come up with a great list of local businesses & charities doing their part to raise money for the Japan Earthquake/Tsunami victims.
Have a look here and see what you c... read more
Posted on 17 March 2011 | 1:10 am
Is it my imagination, or are we experiencing a particularly long and tempestuous dragonfly season? I associate dragonflies with the heat of summer, clouds of colorful buzzing insects as harbingers of ... read more
Posted on 13 November 2010 | 1:35 am
The Toilet Bar
Photo credit: Hong Kong post card by Edmond Chan/ EDC Design StudioThe topic of privacy in the Western world, compared to China/Hong Kong, came up in conversation a couple weeks ago when I was i... read more
Posted on 7 September 2010 | 4:13 pm
My daily commute is an exercise in extremes. In the morning, I wake up in the socialist utopia of Lamma Island. Lamma is the least commercialized place I’ve ever lived: there is no a... read more
Posted on 8 August 2010 | 10:56 am
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