The meaning of having notebooks or journals
Travelling by bus in Hong Kong
"I do think you can have a book published!" After reading my handwriting notebook.
I used to think I should have my notebook as beautiful as others I saw in terms of words and drawings, but now I realize that having a notebook is more than aesthetic meaning, or, it doesn't carry a standard!
In Hong Kong, bus is still an important mode of transport even subway covers almost every part of the city. As metropolitan may have the greatest number of double-decker buses in the world, they can't be ignored on the street.
In a cafe
Got an invitation card from Eslite, confirming that the Taiwanese bookstore company will have its third shop coming in January next year.
Hong Kong used to be taken over by few bookstore chains, with a few independent those located on the second or the third level of some buildings. In the independent bookstores, new books are always sold in a cheaper price, and there are a few, but not many, books only available there.
Arts in a city
Visited the cafe I worked in before and brought coffee beans from Taichung to share with beloved colleagues and customers who really support us recently.
Just choose to leave it. That's it.
In a city like Hong Kong, there are three kinds of arts.
Less but better
After reading some people's stories, I do know I can do more what I want or am able to, but I focus too much on the expected or imagined loss.
A meaningful guide about Tin Shui Wai, HK
These years what I have done the most is to “reduce” or “give up” something, rather than getting more and more. Having less is only the means, not the end. I don't think I have changed my ultimate goal of having more, but the act.
If you want to find a good book better understanding about Tin Shui Wai, one of the towns located in the northwest Hong Kong, here is one although it's available in Chinese only. The book includes maps, interviews with people as well as history and development in that area.