A bit more about me... 

I am a writer and Chinese translator for hire who love to think and happen to zone out a lot. If you catch me vegging out, then there is a good chance that stories after stories are forming in my mind. 

Specialization: lifestyle, traveling, gaming, content writing.


[Travel by Genre] Your Music Preference Reveals Which Holiday Hotspot Suits You

Christmas and New Year may be just over, but Lunar New Year has already been lurking around, waiting for attention. Everyone wants to have a nice vacation to start a new year, 2018 is no exception. Maybe you’d already been planning your New Year vacation, devoted yourself into the fantasy of travelling. It probably sounds more like you though — I want to travel, but where should I go? There’re a wide variety of countries and cities to travel to, and we know things can get overwhelming sometimes.

Winter Solstice vs Summer Solstice: Why isn’t the latter celebrated in HK?

Winter Solstice is approaching. Lots of families in Hong Kong are busying themselves to prepare for food for this winter anniversary. In Hong Kong, we often hear the saying, ‘Winter Solstice is more important than Lunar New Year.’ Family members gather in this evening, have dinner, and chit chat about their lives. Do you remember your gathering at Summer Solstice? Or, was there one? Do you even know the date of Summer Solstice this year? As opposite to Winter Solstice, the fact that Summer Sols

A Refreshing Reinvigoration of Poetry Movie: Loving Vincent

Loving Vincent, the renowned oil painted animate movie about the great artist Vincent van Gogh, has been on theater for more than a week. Perhaps you have already watched the movie, thrilled and fascinated by the 65,000 canvas art-video and the story of Van Gogh. But if you aren’t a fan of art, you may be still strolling through a bunch of movie review websites, considering whether it’s worth the hype to watch it. Afterall, it’s just a movie with art, right?

An Oasis of Serenity in Ito - Japan Travel

Ito is a quiet town, tranquil and not touristy. Yet the beauty it offers is unbeatable. Surrounded by mountains and an ocean, Ito is a town full of natural beauty. Hot springs and flowers represent the small town since their presence is ubiquitous. When I was planning my trip to Tokyo, Ito wasn't the first destination that came to my mind. But, somehow, I stumbled upon a picture of Ito, and the moment I laid my eyes on it, I knew I was going to be there. My first stop in Ito was Kadowakitsuri Bridge, which is a shaky suspension bridge near a coastline with some amazing cliffs. It took a while to hike up to the bridge, but the view along with it was incredible.

Why style matters – Evelyn Liu –

When you walk on the streets, you walk past old people, young couples, groups of teeanegers and on and on. We meet a heck of lot of strangers every day, each one with their unique style. People with bold style are easily recognized – they stand out from others. Whether it is authoritve or pity – style does paint us, adding extra color to our exterior. How people are going to view us? It’s style that they are looking for in our body. That’s why it’s important to form our own style.

How to set challenges for travel and play safe

Almost no-one hates traveling, right? At least I haven’t heard of it. Going on vacation is not only a break, it also brings us insights and challenges. What kind of challenges do you like when going abroad? Well, I have a lot — traveling solo, going to rope bridges, seeing all the lakes and mountains by myself. They’re great, sure. But it took me more than bravery to do all the things. It’s determination. And, planning. Without these three components, I doubt I would ever enjoy my trips so much. So I’m going to show you how to find challenges and how to set your mind in place.