All in Hong Kong

Ping Che revisited

My friends who haven't been there took a chance and I revisited there. I do really hope their projects can keep going on! The place can one day be occupied by the government 'for the sake of development'.

City walk as everyday's practice

Although my role was to be a 'travel guide', revisiting on foot, i.e. walking in the city, can always let me open my eyes and mind, by observing and discovering things you haven't noticed before, even I have been the exact there for so many times. Walking can also be a source of inspiration, imagination and creativity.

Cafe: Sensory Zero

You're welcome to sense everything you like! Wong Chuk Hang, the southern part of Hong Kong Island, is a small industrial area. It used not to be an attractive place until there are more new cafes, creative spaces and a commercial tower. Sensory Zero is definitely one of them!

Explore the local water pipe

It's a good idea to walk on the pipes. It should be safe to walk on as the pipes are big enough. It is unsafe because you feel unsafe. If you walk on it and fear you will fall from the pipe, you legs will shake and I think an accident will happen. But if you don't think walking on the pipe is a problem, everything is easy like the girls above.

4-day tram pass: slowness isn’t a kind of loss but gain

Besides the single fare, the tram company also introduces a 4-day pass ticket which is available on their official website only. So, you can’t buy one somewhere in Hong Kong and I suggest you having it before your trip if you are interested in. Buy it online and let the company mail the ticket to your home with some additional amounts of money.

Wo Hop Shek columbarium: think about death in a peaceful environment

A few years ago, there was a new columbarium completed in Wo Hop Shek. It was set up to address the insufficient storage of cinerary urns in the city, and the social perception of the facility. A columbarium should not be a bad thing. It can be in the form of a park located outside the urban area, with water, grass, trees and natural lighting contributing to a peaceful environment even inviting all kinds of people to pay visit, to think about life and death.