A rainy afternoon, I was wandering in Kowloon City, an area best known for its great diversity of cuisine. I came across this dessert shop.
It isn’t very noticeable down the street with no big posters or signboard. But the four red characters on pillar may give you a sense of tradition.
A small dessert shop indeed, but it’s bright and clean.
It serves authentic ChiuChow-style dessert. Making order isn’t an easy job, especially when there are a wide range of options.
Feel interested in these yummy desserts? Then go and try Chiu Chow Hop Shing Dessert, which is located at G/F, 9 Lung Kong Road, Kowloon City. And you can contact them by the phone number 2383 3026.
Just imagine how pleasant it is when you go there and have a bowl of warm sweet dessert after day-long classes. You can’t miss it.
Do you know Jason Mraz? Well, he is an American singer-songwriter who has won two Grammy Awards. I can hardly define what genre is his music. But it really makes me feel relaxed and enjoyable when his songs start.
Jason Mraz once held a concert in Hong Kong on 2012, which is a great success. And now, he is coming back to Hong Kong for his new album YES!! This show is a part of ‘YES!’ World Tour and will be held on March 27 at the AsiaWorld–Expo Arena.
If you are a fan of Jason Mraz, then you shouldn’t miss this event. Or if you are just a fan of music, maybe you can watch the video below and get familiar with his music.
Interested? Click here for more details and tickets information.=)
Hong Kong is famous for its cuisines. Being an international city, Hong Kong offers a wide variety of food from traditional Cantonese cuisine to western cuisine. With different flavors of food coming together here, Hong Kong is labelled as “Gourmet Paradise”.
However, I’m sure it must be a moment that you get confused by having so many options in front of you and just can’t make a decision. Then you should look at the MICHELIN guide Hong Kong & Macau for 2015. 75 restaurants are included in this guide. The brand new guide reflects a great diversity of dining scene in Hong Kong and Macau with more than 50 types of cuisines listed.
This guide will be a good reference for you to figure out the question “Where shall we have dinner tonight?” Just go and enjoy excellent cuisines right now!
For more details, you can click here.
- 73Egg waffle(Cantonese name: gai daan tsai) is one of the most popular traditional Hong Kong street snacks. It is mainly made of flour, eggs, sugar, being cooked in a mold combined with two semi-spherical plates. Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffles, located at 492 King’s Road, North Point, maybe is the most famous vendor for making delicious egg waffles in…