I ate a carrot this week – or rather, it looked like a carrot but wasn’t. It was actually a tasty dim sum with a custard centre, but I didn’t realize this until I’d bit into it, much to the amusement of my dining companions.
We were sitting around a table, taking about art and politics chewing bones when I heard the following complaint: ‘Oh democracy! It’s so slow, what with all the talking about every decision.’
Everything in Hong Kong moves fast, new buildings sprout overnight – don’t think that the enormous development in West Kowloon with its minimum of 11 new buildings is the only one occurring. Continue reading →
Yesterday I arrived back from Hong Kong – a whirlwind trip of meetings and moments that is still swirling around my head. I feel like swirled soup, still waiting for everything to settle and the broth to become clear. Continue reading →