Life is pretty chill back in the states. I’m reminded of Hong Kong almost every day and my study abroad roommate messaged me about her dim sum craving today. The struggle is real. I wrote a comprehensive guide on the yarn stores I visited in Hong Kong on my knitting/personal blog. Check it out here.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a month since I left Hong Kong. And I still have posts that I want to write but I’m afraid I won’t have time to get around to them. For now, please enjoy my 3rd yarn store post over on my personal/knitting blog. http://girlmeetsyarn.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/hong-kong-yarn-hunt-the-long-overdue-part-trois/ It’s the first day […]
Over 13,000 Buddhas to be exact. Sorry, not sorry! I could not resist when the idea popped into my head this afternoon. I waited an entire day to come back to my computer and title this blog post! And thus continues my temple hopping adventures. My second stop was the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery. This attraction […]
I really wish that as a child my parents took me to more museums. I wish that people in general would go to museums more! Museums are a great way to learn about the world and there are museums that can cater to nearly any interest. I’m not sure when my love of museums came […]
Today I’m over at my knitting blog talking about my yarn findings in Hong Kong. For all you newbies who don’t know me personally, I am obsessed with knitting. It’s an addiction. So obviously hitting up the HK yarn stores is pretty high on the to-do list while I’m here. I found yarn in the Fa Yuen […]
I just saw this on Tumblr. I am distraught by this. Someone deflated the giant rubber duck sculpture that was sitting in Victoria Bay! I was really excited that I would be in Hong Kong when it was still on exhibit. Hopefully he will be fixed and healthy again when I get there this summer. […]
Originally posted on TwistedSifter:
Artwork by Florentijn Hofman | Photograph by South China Morning Post Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman’s Rubber Duck has made its first visit to China. From May 2 – June 9, the 16.5 meter (54 ft) inflatable rubber duck will be bobbing around from Ocean Terminal to Harbour City, Hong Kong.…