Fishing at wherever the sea nearby!

Hong Kong was a small fishing village in hundred years ago. Nowadays, fishing is still a very popular and economy activity for Hongkongers. Simply go to any coastal locations, says pier and seaview promenade for free fishing; or you may pay at fish farm or mariculture raft where fishes on hook are guaranteed! However, a licence is needed while you go fishing at reservoirs or penalty applies if you don’t get one! 

Here’s my fishing experience lately:

Interested to go fishing? Call me! 

More info:

Fishing at Southern District

Recreational fishing on mariculture raft

Fishing in the Reservoirs

Go Grab Some Fruit After Dinner!

Are you a couch potato after dinner? Let’s go grab some fresh fruit at where the most mystery and adventure in Hong Kong!

Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market is one of the most amazing places to visit in Hong Kong. Simply take MTR to Yau Ma Tei station and you can see the signage for directions. Once you go up, you can see a traditional building, the Yau Ma Tei Theatre, in the opposite side; and the Fruit Market is right next to it.

Here we are! Let’s go and see what’s inside… it’s so dark here…

Wow! My favor STRAWBERRY! Okay, I have selected mine, what’s yours?

More info:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yau_Ma_Tei_Fruit_Market

http://www.timeout.com.hk/big-smog/features/58341/one-hundred-years-of-solid-fruit.html#panel-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Expats: “Learning Cantonese Slang is Easy and Fun!”

Are you puzzle in learning Cantonese though you’ve been living in Hong Kong for years? Not even think about Cantonese slang for sure, right? 

The “Teacher” that I’m introducing here can surely light up your life in this Cantonese speaking society! Carlos Douh, a Canadian who lives in Hong Kong for long, teaches funny local slang via YouTube in a simple and easy way. 

Learning Cantonese Slang is FUN!

Learning Cantonese Slang is FUN!

Now, learning Cantonese slang is SAP SAP SEUI to you, right?  😆 

Sources from: www.youtube.com/user/carlosdouh