2 Easy Things We Can Do Now To Save Ourselves: Quitting Plastic

As a conscious member of society, we all have the responsibility to take care of the planet. ALL OF US. No one is exempt. It doesn’t feel very dire. The icecaps haven’t all melted yet and our houses aren’t yet flooded and we still have clean drinking water and our climate isn’t yet scalding our skin. So we’re OK.  Continue reading

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A new year: hope in a very messed up world

Happy New Year dear Bloggers. I wish you a year of health, happiness and peace.

I’d have liked to announce that 2014 was a fabulous year, but I can’t honestly say that with a straight face. Much of 2014 news was tough to stomach. Continue reading

Groupon Review: Let’Spa (Wanchai, Lockhart Road)

It pisses me off when shady businesses are out there scamming people. You will be exposed.

A spa and massage joint I found through Groupon. Unfortunately, a no-go. Buyer beware.

  • Spa rating: 3/5
  • Therapist rating: 4.5/5
  • Value for dollar: 4/5 (based on Groupon deal)
  • Cleanliness: 4/5
  • Service: 1/5
  • Would I revisit: No
  • Status: Not Recommended
  • Why: dishonest service – misrepresentation of free gift on Groupon advertisement

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Croatia near Dubrovnik

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Croatia. Beach on way to Dubrovnik.

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Groupon Review: Inzpire Beauty Spa, Tsimshatsui

FINALLY! A great spa and massage joint I found through Groupon!

  • Spa rating: 4.5/5
  • Value for dollar: 5/5 (based on Groupon deal)
  • Cleanliness: 5/5
  • Service: 4/5
  • Would I revisit: Yes
  • Status: Recommend

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Umbrella Revolution: erosion of impartial reporting, police beating footage, and truth seeking amid chaos

This is again, about Hong Kong’s fight for democracy. But it’s also about censorship, good journalism, and collective truth seeking. Things that matter to everyone.  Continue reading

Road to democracy: the unfolding of Hong Kong’s umbrella revolution

Why are Hong Kong students on the streets? Why aren’t university students and high-schoolers attending classes, and instead studying on make-shift tables on the once busy streets of Hong Kong? Why are they camping out on tram tracks and bus routes instead of sleeping at home? A lot of them 15 to 18 year olds. The best time of their lives. A time for learning, choosing their majors, going out with friends. What are they doing hogging the streets and disrupting quotidian life?    Continue reading