Sometimes impatience leads to a great adventure, where instead of waiting for something to happen, you forge your own path. Such was the case when I saw the line for the tram to get from the bottom of Mount Austin to “The Peak”. I had only come to Hong Kong for the day, the line […]

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You could feel the vibrations in the streets from the drums a few blocks over. Electric energy flashing from person to person as more and more people crowded the Fire Dragon Path in the area of Tai Hang. The smell of incense was getting stronger and stronger, stirring up the audience as they shifted around […]

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In Fall (or Autumn) in South China, the blazing heat of summer starts to subside and the people breathe easy again. On the 15th of the 8th Lunar Month (generally September), a festival begins to celebrate the moon and the Autumn season. It’s a festival full of lanterns, mooncakes, and even a dragon made of […]

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This is the beginning of what I hope is a full series on travel. I travel a lot. I mean a lot. In fact I’m writing this on a flight back to Chicago. Most of my flying is because of work and since that takes up most of my week, I like to think I’m […]

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