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It was a few weeks when my British friends and I, commonly known as BRITCH, decided to take a day to visit the 10,000 Buddhas Monastery located in Sha Tin, New Territories.It's a great place to check out if you're doing some tourism or studying abroad in Hong Kong. The place offers such a peaceful … Continue reading Hong Kong #25: 10,000 Buddhas Monastery
This week we played an amazing football tournament in which 6 teams participated with players from all over the world. Although I twisted my ankle and it's now sprained, the tournament was a huge success. Our team, formed with exchange students from last semester, won 3 games, tied 1, and lost 1, and finished in the … Continue reading Hong Kong #23: CityU Football Tournament
http://www.rchrdchn.com/rich-blog/hong-kong-21"A lot of small people, in small places, doing small things, can change the world."“Mucha gente pequeña, en lugares pequeños, haciendo cosas pequeñas, puede cambiar el mundo.”– Eduardo GaleanoIf I hadn't blogged more often this semester it's because my classes and daily responsibilities have taken me to the point in which I've needed to focus … Continue reading Hong Kong #21: Football. Jo’s Birthday. Shek O Beach.
InstaMeet Hong Kong - Taken by @LiElaineInstaMeet Hong Kong happened this weekend as most events that happen during my weekend life, unexpected.InstaMeet Hong Kong.Although it was unexpected, it was a really awesome experience meeting up with so many Instagram enthusiastic users and chatting with some of them about photography and social media, which is something I'm … Continue reading Hong Kong #17: InstaMeet HK + Shek Kip Mei.
It feels like it was a long time since I last posted here, but I guess it's because this has been a longer and busier week than normal. Midterms' period is now over; however, projects, paperwork, and presentation period is coming soon.I guess this is the moment when students abroad start taking classes more seriously. … Continue reading Hong Kong #9: CityU Photo Session. Intra-Hall Football Competition.
Ruins of St. Paul'sFirst of all, let me give a huge thanks to all of you that wished me a happy birthday last week and a bigger thanks to all of you who celebrated with me before, during, and after this especial day. It's been another incredible week in Hong Kong, in which I've enjoyed its … Continue reading Hong Kong #7: Happy Valley. Macau Trip.
It's all about the water and the good time you spend here with friendsAs I write Hong Kong #6, I'm still inside the bus on my way back to Hong Kong from mainland China.Guangzhou-Panyu Trip.This weekend we've decided to take a trip to Panyu, Guangzhou, where one of the biggest water parks in Asia is … Continue reading Hong Kong #6: Guangzhou-Panyu Trip. Chimelong Water Park. Beijing Road. Birthday.
The CityU FamHey everyone! I hope you guys are doing as good as I am. This will be my post "Hong Kong #5" since I arrived in Hong Kong for my study abroad. Thanks for checking my blog and leaving comments and votes. Keep it up! :)Despite the departure of Mona back to California, the … Continue reading Hong Kong #5: Football. Academians’ Night. China Consulate. Boatzilla. + TED Talk!
Bonne Chance and Bon VoyageIt's been a long week as well as weekend. I trained with the football team and ever since after that moment my mid-autumn festival started off ( on Tuesday ) when I had both a birthday dinner and a moon cake dine with the To family. However, I had actually began … Continue reading Hong Kong #4: Mid-Autumn Festival. LKF. Typhoon #8. Special Note.