Wake up to a steaming hot basket of fluffy Char Siew Bao perhaps?
In the blink of an eye, or without even batting an eyelid from the successive barrage of tragic news back home (the past week has been nothing short of dramatic for the Malaysian political scene!), I have spent a good week in Hong Kong now; finally settling down although not entirely separating myself from this nomad life. This will continue at least until October, I foresee, but the past 12 months have prepared my body and mind enough to sustain the continuous travelling and moving about.
How have YOU been my dear readers back in Malaysia?
Truthfully, despite the fair number of warnings that the weather in Hong Kong can be terribly hot and humid, even many more times than Malaysia or Singapore, this past week had been rather mild to begin with. Heck, the night breeze was also cooling, and the indoor air conditioning at full blast somehow made the outdoor more welcoming than terrifying.
I wished that I could have brought my camera around for food reviews from Day One, but the first two days at work were packed with activities, even needed to travel to Macau for a good few hours and coming back past midnight by ferry. So, no new food photos this week, but I can give you a brief rundown of what’s good and what’s not so far.
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