my mum and i made a quick visit to Yuen Po Bird Garden. it is actually very close to the Flower Market, so you can always visit both places on the same day. some of the Hong Kong elderly love keeping birds as pets, particularly pretty birds that sing. and it is quite common to … More Yuen Po Bird Garden, Prince Edward
so i didn’t buy my mum flowers for Mothers’ Day. i took her to see flowers instead, at Flower Market in Prince Edward. just get off at Prince Edward MTR station and follow the signs to Flower Market and you’re there. it was particularly crowded on Mothers’ Day. people were buying last minute bouquets for their mums. … More Mothers’ Day at Flower Market, Prince Edward
in conjunction with Mothers’ Day, i took my mum for her first ever live music concert in the aptly named MOM livehouse at North Point. we got there at about 7.30p.m. local indie duo, per se, kicked off the show at 8.00p.m. with a number of pleasant English songs. the music was really good but … More Priscilla Ahn live in MOM livehouse, North Point
Kyoto. once the capital and emperor’s residence in Japan, it boasts a great collection of temples with utmost historical significance. it is, i believe, quite impossible to visit every single temple in Kyoto as there are so many. so here are the 5 temples i’ve visited: 1. Kinkakuji Temple, Northern Kyoto the golden pavilion. anybody … More 5 temples in Kyoto
because the grass is greener on the other side. – walk to work series.
a friend of mine recently asked me if i would recommend visiting any of the museums in Tokyo. there are lots to see and do in Tokyo already, so a museum may not be on the top of anybody’s list when visiting Tokyo (think temples, parks, anime and animal cafes) – but there were a … More 3 museums in Tokyo
it’s Labour Day today and the weather’s extremely fine. so i figured i could go for another run along the Shing Mun river to Tai Po Waterfront Park. this time i started from Tai Wai MTR station and ran by Shatin Park along the Shing Mun River all the way to Tai Po Waterfront Park. it’s … More Tai Wai – Tai Po Run