Tuen Ng Festival -The Dragon Boat Festivities

2021...A subdued & shadowy celebration. This year again the races have been cancelled due to Covid. Sharing and savoring my 2012 Dragon Boat festival experience at Tai Po, Hong Kong. I can hear the waters calling the boats. It is the time of the year, again, when Hong Kong pulsates to the beat of drums and … Continue reading Tuen Ng Festival -The Dragon Boat Festivities


Hong Kong is home to many structural curiosities, cultural quirks, natural fascinators but the most enduringly whacky (for South Asians) are its culinary delights and the pervasive fish smell. Street corners, alleys, lanes, housing blocks, Condos, sea front, up the hill and down, any where and every where and you know you are in fish country.

Throwback Walks: Cheung Chau…An Island Treasure

PUNE JOURNAL: It is October and still enveloped in the secure folds of our home I yabber unfettered of distant lands. Come to think of it...A virtual walk or a Reminisce walk is anyday sustainable than a real crowding down of places. A throwback on Hong Kong Walks: Cheung Chau (one of 250 outlying islands) … Continue reading Throwback Walks: Cheung Chau…An Island Treasure

Hong Kong — Travel Tips (shared post)

Hong Kong an island city on everyone's travel list. Sharing Aaron M Spelling, Best Travel Tips blog post covering the nitty-gritty of organising a trip. Hong Kong is a worldwide city as well as it has vast variety of travelers come from all over the globe in all year. According to the Hong Kong Government statistics, … Continue reading Hong Kong — Travel Tips (shared post)