[cooking] Simple Stir Fry 101

Stir fry seems to be the first thing come into everyone’s mind when they think of Chinese cooking.  However many of my non-Chinese friends are still a little bit confuse about how to make a proper stir fry dish. So here are a few steps with simple tools and ingredients to start and follow the…

[travelling] My first haircut experience in Seoul

I met Chaewon during my volunteering at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympics games (I think I should write some blog posts to talk about this unique experience too!)  and here she brought me to a hair salon in Seoul for my first haircut experience in Korea! The hair salon is located near Hongdae area, and the…

[travelling] Red crabs by the East Coast in South Korea

During the months with R are considered “oyster months”, then surely Winter is definitely the seafood season you never want to miss.   During December to March is the harvest time of the crabs along the Northern Hemisphere like regions including Japan, Canada, Korea.  Meaty crabs like the King Crabs, Snow Crabs and a regional…

[travelling] A stroll down Gangneung Coffee Street

It was such a hassle to go to the East Sea before the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics.  Taking the bus from Seoul was the only way that can get you to most of the cities along the East coast of the country. But now, with the KTX taking you directly from Seoul to Gangneung, you can…

[travelling] Travel in style! An alternative to Lonely Planet and Fodor

Travelling is not just about flying to another country, rather an exploration of a new lifestyle. I found that there aren’t many English travel books out there, unlike in the Hong Kong book market, you will find varieties of new travel books release almost every month in the year.  As for the English printed books,…

[making] Jaw dropping experience with the pick up service at Walmart

Walmart had introduced walls of yellow lockers earlier on for online shopping pick up in store service, I thought everything was going well and smooth and recently had just found out the lockers had become history.   The pick up in store service is still available when you do online shopping at Walmart, however be…

[travelling] 6 tips on how to pack lite in style when you travel

Many airlines, not only budget airlines have tightened their check-in baggage allowance and makes it so much more difficult for us to pack, now here are some tips on how to pack lite but in style when you travel!   Packing lite doesn’t mean you have to travel like a backpacker, you can still pack…

[travelling] How to get the best deal when you buy electronics in Japan?

Japanese household electronics are still popular among many Asian tourists, and to satisfy the enormous oversea demand, many Japanese electronic brands have now introduce dual voltage small appliances, including hair dryers and other cosmetic used electronic goods like facial steamer and cleansing brush. In my trip to Japan this time, I was hoping there would…