hokkaido/july 2014 – part 2: the flower farms

bibaushi, biei, furano  i was quite confident all train stations in japan, no matter how isolated or remote, would be civilised ie nice train platforms, modern toilets, huge station signs announcing the station name etc. i mean, i’ve visited a good number of train stations in the country and i’d never […]

Honk! Konk! We Are Back!

1 year 5 months later, we are back in Hong Kong. The city didn’t change much, in spite of the crippling umbrella protests that started in Sep 14 and went on for 79 days. When we set foot once again in Wanchai district on Friday the 13th Nov […]

Breakdown

Not First World Yet I almost feel guilty for liking this song. On 7 July, 715pm, a power trip caused the entirety of both the North-South line and East-West line (nsew) to shut-down, leaving an estimated 250,000 commuters stranded at stations. I was lucky. I was out of […]