Any new city is daunting to an outsider. No matter how well organized, its layout will elude any confused and tired traveler. It takes focus, time and a smidgen of … Continue Reading Tips for CityU students living off-campus in Hong Kong
Hey there! My name is Amy, and I’m on exchange at the City University of Hong Kong. What I’ll be covering in this blog post are my experiences of Hong Kong … Continue Reading An introductory guide to exchange in Hong Kong
Although since 1997 Hong Kong became once again, a part of China, it still holds a very unique cultural identity. The main language used in Cantonese, rather than Mandarin used … Continue Reading Hong Kong: One of the most accessible points into Asian Culture
Reaching my last few days in Hong Kong, as cliché as it is to say that my exchange program was a life-changing experience, it was so much more than words can … Continue Reading Hong Kong – My Exchange at PolyU
Big things come in small packages and I cannot stress enough how fitting this phrase is for Hong Kong. Hong Kong is approximately 1, 104 square kilometers and fits into … Continue Reading Hong Kong, the mecca of all that is good.
Hong Kong might not have the annual Sydney City2Surf race but it does share a lot in common with Sydney, it has a great city & beach culture! Having been in Hong … Continue Reading Hong Kong: City to Surf
The above picture is what many will think of Hong Kong as; a vibrant economic hub teaming with skyscrapers. And it is, but as I found out, it has so … Continue Reading Hong Kong: More than a city of Skyscrapers
At first i wasn’t completely sure why i had chosen Hong Kong, mainly because i’ve been there so many times, each time for a few weeks and it was alright. … Continue Reading To the dot on the map – Hong Kong
What do dim sums, 7/11 and cliff jumping all have in common? They are all things and activities you will come across here on your student exchange in Hong Kong. Allow … Continue Reading Dim Sums, 7/11 and Cliff Jumping
Often, when people think of Hong Kong, all they think of is the endless amount of tall buildings, busy roads, and of course, cheap food and transportation. And to no … Continue Reading Journey In Hong Kong
The easy application process It really is incredibly easy! The most difficult part is being organised enough to know a year in advance that you want to go on exchange, … Continue Reading Six things exchange students from UTS to City University of Hong Kong will understand
So I’ve been in Hong Kong for 3 months now and wow… what a city. Choosing to go on exchange in Hong Kong was a good choice for me because … Continue Reading Hong Kong Style!
Having been in Hong Kong for almost 3 months now, I feel like only now getting used to living in this gigantic city. When I first arrived I found myself … Continue Reading Where east meets west, Hong Kong!
As a Global Studies student exchange has been lingering in my mind since the very first day of university. It was an event so heavily anticipated that its arrival was … Continue Reading Hong Kong Exchange: The Solo Experience
Hong Kong! What a place. Before I arrived, I was warned by many how extremely humid it would be – and they were right. Spending around 5 years in Indonesia … Continue Reading Where East Meets West
I’m currently sitting in a café named Termini in Causeway Bay, yes free wifi (pw: teayardcoffee), gathering my thoughts to mentally prepare for the next seven months. It baffles me … Continue Reading Cha seeu farn ; BBQ PORK // Hong Kong 2014