Home’s Cooking Class: A Taste of Home-Cooked Chinese Cuisine

One of my favorite things to do when I travel is live with a host family and learn the local recipes. So while arranging a homestay in Hong Kong would have been slightly challenging during my four-day stay, I went for the next best thing- a home cooking class in a local home- Home’s Cooking. Visiting … Read more

Hong Kong: My First Asian Metropolis

Hong Kong was the type of city I was supposed to hate: a city of traffic, pollution, crowded sidewalks, with little to no nature.

But I didn’t hate it. I actually really like Hong Kong. Standing outside in the street breathing in the city’s heavy humidity, with the air conditioning units dripping down, and the people hurrying down the sidewalk and chattering in harsh Cantonese, I found the energy intoxicating.

While Hong Kong is a city I doubt I handle long-term, I loved the four days I spent there.

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