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reviewed Thai Pepper (Restaurant). October 22, 2011
posted in The Rice Table
Thai Pepper (Restaurant)
We had been to this restaurant often, especially when I'm dining with my aunts and uncles. This is their little "kitchen" and they often dine here (I was told at least once or twice a week)   …
reviewed Kokubo Anti-insect scent. July 07, 2011
posted in City Lifestyle
Kokubo Anti-insect repellent
My first trial was one from Kokubo that's anti-mosquito and since I was living in China when I first got hold of this Japanese product, it was a real good one especially I did used it in the bedroom. …
reviewed Red Packet (Hong Bao). January 22, 2011
posted in Go Hong Kong
Red Packet (Hong Bao)
It's that time of the year again! Time for RED PACKETS!!!   These are given out to children and adults alike during the 15 days of the Chinese New Year Festivities. For the year 2011, it …
reviewed Time Out Hong Kong. January 19, 2011
posted in Go Hong Kong
Time Out Hong Kong
Time Out is a great publication originally from the UK. It has since published a fortnightly magazine in some 40 cities or so. In the U.S., namely San Francisco, L.A., Las Vegas, Chicago, New York, Boston …
reviewed Samsung Galaxy Tab. January 16, 2011
Samsung Galaxy Tab
I had just been delivered the Samsung Galaxy Tab by PCCW (the former Hong Kong Telecoms) early in the week as a free bonus for my subscription of a 2-year contract of Netvigator Everywhere (which essentially …
reviewed Nahm. August 15, 2010
posted in Go Hong Kong
Nahm
It was my 2nd visit to the Elements in Kowloon and my 1st lunch visit. I walked around trying to find a noodle house since I was alone and wasn't really that hungry to have a full meal. I do love …
reviewed La Creation de Gute. August 06, 2010
posted in Go Hong Kong
La Creation de Gute
This is a case of where looks can be deceiving… it’s one of the best looking bakery I’ve spotted in Hong Kong, yet despite its looks, it doesn’t live up to expectation!   …
reviewed Feng Shui. May 06, 2010
posted in Go Hong Kong
Geomancy (or Fengshui)
Fengshui, imho, is at best an art. For believers, it's a science. Although who truly knows what it is? Fact is people believe it and in Hong Kong, enough to pay large sums of money for a good consultation …
reviewed Elements, Hong Kong. May 06, 2010
posted in Go Hong Kong
Elements, Hong Kong
When it comes to shopping, no one does it better than the Chinese, Japanese and well, basically, Asians! When it comes to geomancy or Feng Shui, no one believes it more than the Chinese, especially Hongkongers …
reviewed Hong Kong International Airport. April 01, 2010
posted in UP UP & Away!
Hong Kong International Airport
Hong Kong International Airport, voted to be one of the best by frequent travelers, is an airport located on reclaimed land Chek Lap Kok Island. It is also commonly known as Chek Lap Kok Airport. The …
reviewed Pappagallo (PPG). March 12, 2010
posted in Go Hong Kong
Pappagallo
There was the famous Beard Papa many years ago, a kind of custard puff which proved to be real popular among the Asians. I haven't actually seen Beard Papa in the U.S. so I'm not how how popular …
reviewed Hot Pot. February 28, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Hot Pot
During the first week of the Chinese New Year, it was extremely cold and the perfect time to have hot pot for dinners. Many familes who were not feasting in restaurants chose to feast at home with hot …
reviewed Chinese Language. February 14, 2010
posted in Go China
Chinese Language
Today is first day of Chinese New Year (the year of the golden tiger begins) for all Chinese and also Valentine's Day for the rest of the world. So, other than uttering Gongxi Facai (恭喜发财) in Mandarin …
reviewed Chinese New Year. February 09, 2010
posted in Go China
Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year celebration lasts for 15 days every year (bet most of you didn't know that! ;-)). The first day of the year is the start of a new moon. This year, it is on the exact same day as Valentine's …
reviewed Hong Kong (style) desserts. November 02, 2009
posted in The Rice Table
Hong Kong (style) desserts
         I love desserts. Desserts are colorful, cheerful and delightful. Yes, all kinds of desserts, especially those from Asia. I wrote about Indonesian and Thai desserts …
reviewed Hong Kong Mahjong. August 10, 2009
posted in City Lifestyle
MJ
 Mahjong as commonly known in the Chinese community is a tile game played by four players sitting in north, east, south, west position. It is a strategic game and quite complicated for the uninitiated. …
reviewed Chinese Tea Culture. May 11, 2009
posted in Tea Time
Tea
In China, whether someone wants to apologize, show gratitude, or show respect to someone, the most simple and cordial way to do this is to offer the person a cup of tea.  It's obvious that tea is …
reviewed Chinese Cuisine. December 15, 2008
Chinese Fake take out!
My mom shared this with me when I complained about how i disliked pairing spaghetti sauce with spaghetti. She was surprised as I was that I didn't know this recipe. "All Chinese know this noodle recipe!" …
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