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Travel | A New York Fairytale

Long overdue travel post of my not-so recent trip to New York with my business studies class for an 'educational' trip- that's what they always say. 

Days were fully packed and schedule so we used our time most efficiently so there was little time to truly explore since we were there for education however, here are a few touristy pics that I was able to snap up.  
Jetlag, excitement and awe was experienced at this moment. We arrived at night so we could hardly appreciate the concrete jungle but after a night of resting, I was eager to open the curtains for New York to welcome us so I scrambled to the window with my camera in hand- waiting for this moment. Even though this photo isn't the most beautifully taken or the best quality or has the best composition, it is one of my favourite image from the trip because of this moment. 

Photo Diary | The Golden Hours That Caresses Tsim Sha Tui

Chinese, Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui, Water, Chinese Boats, Travel, Discover Hong Kong, Junk Boat,
This is the first post in this new series of photo diary posts that I am going to write in the future. I have been finding it very hard to sit down to compose any literate piece of writing, and if i do- it lacks sincerity. 

Yesterday, I captured a few photos at Tsim Sa Tui when I spent a few hours just listening to music then had a realisation that it would be perfect to create a mini series highlighting special moments in the beauty of life. 

So let's set sail to a new era of Forever-Hibernating! 
Hong Kong Ferry, ferry, window, Hong Kong architecture, Buildings
 

K-Movie Review | Architecture 101 - Enroll me into Architecture

Korean Movie, Suzy, Uhm Tae Woong, Han Ga In, Reviews

The main reason which initiated me watching this movie last night was the opening scene from Radio Romance where Kim Soo Hyun's character says:


We were all somebody's first love. You, and you too. During that time, we were all a boy or a girl in love, and we could have been someone's first love.Dear listeners of Mi Nu's Happy 6pm, today, Wrap it up. Are you ready to go back to when you were someone's first love?"

Those lines really struck me and I guess, here I am, writing a not-so-review-like review.

Travel | Finding Your Zen In Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden

Hong Kong, Travel, Discover Hong Kong, free things to do in Hong Kong
As a frequent visitor of Hong Kong, I am ashamed to say that it was my first time visiting Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden however, from now on I am determined to visit this place every time I visit HK because it's an absolute gem and perfect for any instragram shots or any photography as  everything is worth capturing. Best of all, this is absolutely free!

The following photos were taken in summer so all the plants were blooming with different hues of green blending into one another surrounding a magnificent koi pond . A complete contrast from the hustling live of Hong Kong, instead, a serene a peaceful gem creating a form of escapism from the stressful daily lives.