[eating] Most updated Mississauga Asian food map

The holiday season is approaching and many are planning on a staycation in Niagara/shopping at the Premium Outlet or to cross the border for a shortcation; and my map to find good Asian eats on your way out from Niagara and the US back to Canada is out! I have included some of my recommendations…

[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,…

[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…

2018 Pyeong Chang mascot bring free tickets to Korea in Toronto

  This weekend will be the day to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, meanwhile cute mascots of the 2018 Pyeong Chang Winter Olympic games, Soohorang and Bandabi will be coming to visit and celebrate in the lakeshore area in Toronto!   On the same day, the world renowned giant rubber duck will be floating on Lake…

2018 Pyeong Chang Winter Olympic mascot is coming to Toronto

In less than a year the 2018 Pyeong Chang Winter Olympic games will begin an recently there are rumours that the mascots – Soohorang and Bandabi are coming to town!   The two mascots of the up-coming Winter Olympic originated from the white tiger that has been considered Korea’s guardian animal “Sooho” and the Asiatic…