A HONGKONGER named Eric, is a writer and traveler, but simultaneously the clairvoyant in the city discovering its beauty people barely know. People may say I’m kind of peculiar, or sometimes “unnatural” – born in a competitive society and being indoctrinated to be a moneymaker then have a consummate life, yet still refused to get a stable job and good salaries – all because I vehemently believe there’re different lifestyles other than a working machine consuming life for other’s expectation.
What I expect is still on quest, but after those adventures as well as volunteer works done in some countries, I think it’s time to be back to the origin, my hometown. Using a new angle to re-observe the place before the new journey starts.
As a hike-lover, surf-lover and natural-lover, Hong Kong I can tell is not merely a drab, commercial-only city, but more vivid and flamboyant than you think. Stay tuned if you like outdoor stuff.
Interests: Backpacking, piano, fitness, surfing
Occupation: Volunteer camp leader, reporter
Language: English, Cantonese, Mandarin
Where is your favorite spot in Hong Kong and why? Big Wave Bay, guess you know the reason.
Where have you traveled to? Australia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Tibet, China, Japan, South Korea.