Hong Kong travel: After Riot, Mongkok is still bustling

One week after Mongkok was ablaze with fires on the street and police firing warning shots towards rioters, the streets were crowded as usual with MK boys and girls, in their unique style, shopping, eating, and looking around. Although Hong Kong’s Finance Secretary John Tsang Chun warned tourists could be scared away from Hong Kong … Continue reading Hong Kong travel: After Riot, Mongkok is still bustling

Where to eat at during Spring Festival? Hui noodle shops are still open.

If you are spending Spring Festival in Shanghai or Beijing, you might have noticed signs up on the doors of almost every small restaurant and shop announcing they are closed because they returned to their hometown for the holidays. A lot of large restaurants are closed, too, as staff returned home. Where to eat for … Continue reading Where to eat at during Spring Festival? Hui noodle shops are still open.

A Chinese Student’s View on #BlackLivesMatter: “Would American Blacks Want to Immigrate to China?”

Last year a Chinese author living in California, who blogs under the handle 那小兵, wrote a blog post about her experience participating in the protest over a black youth killed by police. She contrasted that protest with a protest over a Chinese students killed by a black man. Her post was widely shared and viewed … Continue reading A Chinese Student’s View on #BlackLivesMatter: “Would American Blacks Want to Immigrate to China?”