It’s traditional in the UK to look back at the year as we approach New Year. Newspaper columns and TV […]
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Coughs, sneezes and mosquitoes: Are we serious about improving the public’s health?
The first thing I noticed when I got off the train in West Kowloon Station late at night was a […]
Around the world in 80 cakes: Month 2
My cake eating resolve remains undiminished. However, as previously highlighted… even with afternoon tea EVERY week, I won’t manage the […]
Day 52: From Hong Kong to Guilin
I walked quarter of a mile to find an open Metro entry point, as the two closest to my hostel […]
Around the world in 80 cakes #5 Hong Kong
After the last few days of posting about what I’ve seen of the Hong Kong protest movement, today was spent […]
Day 50: Why didn’t you go to Thailand instead of Hong Kong?
The reporter who translated the chants for me at the protest asked me this question. She wasn’t impressed with my […]
Day 49: Background to the Protests
I thought I would be writing about a day spent visiting Big Buddha and a stroll along the Path of […]