Hung Shing Festival Offers a Glimpse of Old Hong Kong


Hung Shing Festival falls on the 13th day of the 2nd moon of the Lunar Calendar. In celebration, one of the largest traditional festivals in Hong Kong will be held in a small village in the New Territories, with lion dancing, a procession, Cantonese opera, Canto-pop, and more.


Taipei Adventure: Part Three

Taiwanese Travelogue I ordered some type of noodles and dumplings. I can't remember what type, but they were both delicious. After paying, thanking the owner of the shop, and saying goodbye to him and his wife, I asked which direction my hotel was in. “Oh, it's very far from here,” the man said. “You can't …