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.
Victoria PeakAlthough classes have started already, things have been slow these first two weeks. Hong Kong has been all about exploring, loving, enjoying, and getting lost so far.FootballI started training and trying out with the CityU football team this past week and I cannot lie that I am enjoying like a child while playing during … Continue reading Hong Kong #3: Football. Government Services. Victoria Peak. Early Birthday Lunch.
Football is a passion that will always be inside myself. Nothing will ever be able to change this. By the way, these Adidas Nitrocharge are so sick! I want them so bad!!! rich
It's been three days of full entertainment, outdoor activities, soccer/football/futbol, meetings, and learning entrepreneurial lessons and new ideas. Day #1: Calisthenics and Outdoor exercises with Andres and Andrew @ Fort Mason, Marina: It was awesome to do something different outdoors besides running. I tried doing the flag that Andres was teaching me and I almost made … Continue reading Final Days in San Francisco before Departure #1