Shia Wong Hip – Something You Have Never Eaten Before

Frankly speaking, this post is not crystally fair. I reckon I have eaten the snake soup before. But visiting the Shia Wong Hip restaurant in Apliu Street was the highlight of our Sham Shui Po walk on September 16. Scary, exciting, all about food and not at all about...

Secret Adventures of Dragon Ming

I will tell you a short and true story about Dragon Ming and his secret adventures that happened on the night of September 14 somewhere over Hong Kong.   Before doing anything else, on the night of September 14 Dragon Ming put all tired people to sleep. “They deserve...

Cross-Cultural Aesthetic of Macau

Macau by all means is a great place to visit. Similar to Hong Kong, but in its own charming manner, it really is a soup of different cultures, times, styles, religions, contrasts, colours. A kind of soup you'd love to taste occasionally but would hardly consume daily....

A Milestone

I am spending days walking along the fence–hitting rocks, trampling grapes, emptying pockets, scratching my jacket. Here I am, the beholder of true limitation, neither small enough to sneak through, nor tall enough to step over. I can pick a stick and press it along...

Photographing History—Now and Then

This view of St John’s Cathedral, as seen from Garden Road, illustrates an uneasy place of faith in Hong Kong. A once seclusive church is now dominated by modern skyscrapers, bank logos being hoisted way above the Holy Cross. What religion rises higher in this never...

Vertigo

Tell me what it is to be tired. Being virtually in Macau, spiritually in Eden and mentally absent, physically however I remained in Hong Kong. Sometimes the physics matters. The state of being present at three different places at the same time is dizzy-giddy-swimming....

Freshman

Man’s thoughts are as wild as an untamed filly. A couple of months ago a weird idea entered my mind and op la! here I am. An anxious freshman, a non-degree student at SCAD Hong Kong, squeezing my camera and about to start a new way up. This is the travel that made me...

Ballerinas

Almost everything that you see in people comes and goes unsaid. Words only make the introduction, the rest is done by God. We are all the same and we are all so inconceivably different. Born, touched, loved, excited, tired, deceased ̶ we are all engaged into this...

Still Life

When you cut the wire between your mind (give it rest) and your legs (let them work and make decisions), you may unexpectedly find yourself in a unique secluded place. I spent quite some time in this pottery, chatting with the master, looking at his work. It was a...

Hong Kong Is a City of Contrasts

Whoever puts one’s feet on the leased land of Hong Kong these days finds his or her shoes sinking into the concrete of Asia’s world city. Every next step is a little stickier, slower than the previous one, every breath is a little less deep, every thought is a little...

See for Yourself

Move a few steps to the left, now take one step forward, shift right a tiny bit, calm your breath and look down. Can you see him? Meet Nick! Blue on the red. Jump up Nick, shake yourself, walk three steps to the East, shake yourself again, rush through the door and...

Still Life

When you cut the wire between your mind (give it rest) and your legs (let them work and make decisions), you may unexpectedly find yourself in a unique secluded place. I spent quite some time in this pottery, chatting with the master, looking at his work. It was a...

Shia Wong Hip – Something You Have Never Eaten Before

Frankly speaking, this post is not crystally fair. I reckon I have eaten the snake soup before. But visiting the Shia Wong Hip restaurant in Apliu Street was the highlight of our Sham Shui Po walk on September 16. Scary, exciting, all about food and not at all about...

Photographing History—Now and Then

This view of St John’s Cathedral, as seen from Garden Road, illustrates an uneasy place of faith in Hong Kong. A once seclusive church is now dominated by modern skyscrapers, bank logos being hoisted way above the Holy Cross. What religion rises higher in this never...

Secret Adventures of Dragon Ming

I will tell you a short and true story about Dragon Ming and his secret adventures that happened on the night of September 14 somewhere over Hong Kong.   Before doing anything else, on the night of September 14 Dragon Ming put all tired people to sleep. “They deserve...

Freshman

Man’s thoughts are as wild as an untamed filly. A couple of months ago a weird idea entered my mind and op la! here I am. An anxious freshman, a non-degree student at SCAD Hong Kong, squeezing my camera and about to start a new way up. This is the travel that made me...