You guys guessed right- the Christmas photos from the last blog were taken at Times Square! Very festive EVERYWHERE... I wanted to take more photos in the different malls and shops but I didn'twant to look like a tourist. I've realized that in Hong Kong, people can get married all year 'round (whereas in Toronto, weddings are generally held when the weather is warm (i.e. May to October)... A colleague got married s...Read more
I know some of you are celebrating THANKSGIVING this weekend (or yesterday ) but in Hong Kong, the Christmas season has arrived. Christmas decorations can be seen everywhere... Here is one of the favourite Hong Kong landmarks...
I just gave a talk this evening on Stress Management. SUPER tired... Sorry I haven't had time to catch up on feeds lately. All my spare time for the past few days has been dedicated to my new puppy, Bella, and preparing for the talk.
Here are a few new pics of Bella:
Just got her today! A sweet littlebichon frise... This is the short story: I threw up last night (FOOD POISONING )... So I took today off. And MrAC still has some holida...Read more
AtOcean Park, there are a few pandasthat live in an enclosed man-made forest area (unfortunately quite artificial and sometimes I think the pandas look unhappy). There's a glass barrier between us and the cuties. You know what gets me really upset? I get upset when tourists don'tfollow the photography guidelines and start taking photos of the pandas WITH THE FLASH despite the personnel there CARRYING a sign saying "No Flash Photography" and ASKING people to turn their flashes off! Read more
It's rare that the two of us can take a weekday off together, so when it happens, we try to make the best of it... We decided to spend the afternoon atOcean Park, Hong Kong's "sea world" park. The pandas were in town, so that was an additional treat.30% off admissionfor all Hong Kong residents!!! Panda photos will come shortly... Read more
I was flipping over a Chinese magazine at my relatives' place and came across this...
... and then, I saw this: Read more
O is for OPPORTUNITY
I've been featured in the Hong Kong Parent's Journal again. This time, in a full page article (November 2008 issue)!
My clinic is hosting a free OPEN...Read more
Alright, so for those of you with a keen eye , you may have noticed me with bangs in pictures posted on my last blog. You're right. I got a new haircut. And I got bangs (the last time I got bangs was in 2005- see photo below this one)
After work on Saturday (1pm), I rushed from the clinic to the Hong Kong-Macau Harbour to board the Turbo-Jet to Macau.
They served BBQ pork rice, jelloand O.J.on the boat. Had I known that I would be fed on the ride there (I didn't know beforehand that our friends had gotten us the Super Class tickets- for free), I wouldn't have stuffed myself with a $6HK ham and...Read more
Je suis médecin. Absolutely love my profession (and seeing the occasional celebrity at work). Also love to blog, write for different magazines, play with my dog