A Turtle's Tale: Introducing Gum Gum & Cash 🐢

Irene Leung and Ronnie, residents of Sai Wan, are mothers to 2 gorgeous turtles: A 6-year-old ivory coloured girl named Gum Gum who came to their family thanks to 香港兩棲及爬蟲協會 - 動物領養區 HK Herp - Animal Adoption. And another 5 year old dark brown turtle girl named Cash from South Africa. The two girls have their distinct personalities. Gum Gum is outgoing but cool, lofty, brave (likes cliff jumping haha) while Cash is active & animated, curious about everything especially food. Gum Gum has been with us since she was a baby. Cash is an addition from another family & has been a best friend to Gum Gum and a member of our family for over 4 years. Both the girls like to take a walk when it is sunny no

Snack Your Way Through Sheung Wan: Street Food Trail😋

Hong Kong is known for its variety of street food that is enjoyed by both locals and tourists alike. Spend an afternoon to check out the local food scene in Sheung Wan, and try out some of our recommendations! Our food tour starts at Sheung Wan MTR(Exit E2). The entire route takes 1-1.5 hours, depending on how long you hang around each stall, and ends at Sheung Wan MTR(exit A1). So pack your walking shoes and an empty belly to try them out - one by one or all at once. Happy Eating! Start your journey and follow the map below 😝: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=10nNz5-vGnnmWjXGW2pd4hrtxrYWgczY_&ll=22.285910002645267%2C114.15189999999996&z=18 Egg Tarts(蛋挞) After eating at a local Ch

Hong Kong News-Expo @ History of Freedom of Media in HK

“Hong Kong residents shall have freedom of speech, of the press and of publication;” so states Article 27 of the Basic Law of Hong Kong. Pic 1: Game of pretending to be a newsreader at Hong Kong News-Expo Amidst the low public confidence in the government, some question the feasibility and sustainability of one country two systems. Well, the Hong Kong News-Expo which is funded with seed money of $5 million from the HK government is determined to show that it will staunchly showcase the freedom of the press. Upon entering, you would be hard-pressed to find any tabloid or gossip columns of yore. This is a serious museum for those interested in major historical events in Hong Kong, including th

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