Tag Archives: pandemic

Six years on: Peng Chau revisited

Posted on November 29, 2020 by Toothpicker

 
After my trip to Japan was cancelled due to COVID19, I was stuck in Hong Kong for many months... and like many locals, I felt rather claustrophobic after spending days on end indoor. Luckily, unlike the U.K. and many Western countries, there was no lockdown in the city, hence it was still [...]

This post was posted in Hong Kong, Nature, Art, Hiking & walking, Hong Kong art and was tagged with Hong Kong, hiking, walks, nature, peng chau, walking, Hong Kong art, pandemic


A global pandemic is the time for reflection and change

Posted on September 1, 2020 by Toothpicker

 
 
Like everyone else around the world, my life has been vastly disrupted by Covid-19. I was traveling in India for a month until early March, and luckily left before it started to spread, which eventually led to a nationwide lockdown on 25th March. Then I arrived in Hong Kong days before the [...]

This post was posted in Social issues, COVID-19 and was tagged with Covid-19, pandemic


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