Moving on

This post is dedicated to my partner and soul-mate, White Bear. She always has unfailing support in all of my endeavors, and ever since I learned about photography she has took this long… Continue reading

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Casual dining

After a long day of tedious work, we arrived at New Town Plaza to look for places to eat. Like every shopping mall in Hong Kong, it is packed with people. We lined… Continue reading

Cafe de Paris

We went to one of our old favorite eateries on a leisurely Saturday afternoon – Cafe de Paris, which is situated in the quieter end of Soho. To our surprise, the place was… Continue reading

Corners of HKU

After a delightful meal in the SOHO district, we set off to rekindle our good times in the University of Hong Kong. The Loke Yew Hall was an architectural gem and stood to… Continue reading

Ten Panoramas

These were taken with the kit lens on NEX-3 in 2011 in Australia. We travelled as a group of four people and it was an amazing journey. I shall try to upload more… Continue reading

Harlan’s

Harlan’s offers exquisite Italian cuisine and breathtaking views of the magnificent Hong Kong harbor. The scenery of the Hong Kong skyline is even more spectacular at night as viewed from the lofty 19th… Continue reading

Saikung

Sai Kung is famous for its fishing village and many seafood restaurants. Visitors can have a relaxing stroll along the coast and have dinner by the sea.       Photos were taken… Continue reading

Heritage 1881

The former Marine Police Headquarters is located in Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong. Built in 1884, it is a declared monument and one of the four oldest historical government buildings erected in the old days… Continue reading

Miscellaneous

Browsing through my photo albums, I have found an assortment of miscellaneous old photos on this lonely night…    

Fastfood Frenzy

After a busy day at work we decided to have our dinner at a food court with a variety of fast food choices. The food was better than we expected! The shrimp burger… Continue reading

Contax G28

I recently bought this lens from a second hand shop. The price of the Contax G lenses are rising due to the popularity of the mirrorless systems which offer a digital body to… Continue reading

Tonkichi Tonkatsu

Tonkatsu (豚カツ, pork cutlet) is Japanese styled deep fried pork cutlet and this style of Japanese cuisine is increasingly popular in town. Tonkichi is a famous restaurant serving tonkatsu and other variations including deep fried… Continue reading

Random Desserts!

I have been quiet in this blog due to unforeseen circumstances, since my close relative was admitted to the hospital and had an operation done. Luckily he recovered from surgery well! I have… Continue reading

Dondonya

   Dondonya is a Japanese restaurant specializing in donburi (a Japanese rice bowl dish with assorted meats and vegetables), but it also serves curry, tempura and sashimi. It was our second time here… Continue reading

Bologne

Bologne is a new Japanese style Western restaurant that is quite popular in town. We frequented the restaurant on more than one occasion and were pleasantly surprised by the variety of dessert and… Continue reading

Fleur de Sel

Fleur de Sel is an exquisite French creperie serving authentic buckwheat crepes in Causeway Bay. The words “Fleur de Sel” literally mean “flower of salt”, which is the hand-harvested top layer of salt… Continue reading

Beas River

The Beas River is a river in Northern India, rising from the Himalayas. The Beas River Country Club, Hong Kong, has no relationship with that place other than the similar names. Club members… Continue reading

Repulse Bay

It was so good to have sunshine after a whole week of gloomy weather. It has rarely been so cold in Hong Kong! So we decided to have a weekend getaway to Repulse… Continue reading

Mix & Match

The old and new Guangzhou are not contradictory – they seem to complement each other and blend nicely together. There are trees lining along avenues and skyscrapers towering high up in the business… Continue reading