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Monthly Archives: December 2016
Hello, December 31, 2016. This is going to be a summary of my year in 2016: 2016 started off rocky and looked bleak and uncomfortable. (I remember at the time looking forward to the end of the year already because … Continue reading
For this photo challenge, I originally wanted to find a photo that showed a weed growing out of the sidewalks or roads. We’ve all seen that little sprig of greenery pop out of nowhere on the concrete roads knowing that … Continue reading
Before heading to the Science Centre for a day of fun, we enjoyed breakfast at the Golden Griddle at their Leaside location. It was a quiet spot for breakfast on a snowy winter day. Since it was the 29th of … Continue reading
Sept 25, 2016 – Sichuan Garden 川淮居 Later that night, after having dim sum in the morning at Sichuan Garden, we returned there for dinner. We ordered a variety of Sichuan and Chinese dishes to share. Unfortunately, while all the other dishes … Continue reading
Sept 25, 2016 – Sichuan Garden 川淮居 We had dim sum here at Sichuan Garden located inside the New Town Plaza in Sha Tin in Hong Kong. We ordered a LOT of food to share! All of the food was really good. 🙂 … Continue reading
After a week of being sick and completing last-minute transcript orders before the holidays, I was finally able to emerge and enjoy food at a brand new restaurant! 😀 I had been wanting to try this restaurant with two friends … Continue reading
Sept 24. 2016 – Jade Garden at Tai Po Plaza (太和翠園). This marked one of the first and many family dinners that we had in Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong. I’m not going to really comment about the food or service in … Continue reading
Written in July 2016: I’ve been thinking and brainstorming about how to go about writing this. This is a very personal post and reflects my own experience and perspective of what I went through in the last two and a half … Continue reading