#SHERpostcards — BEIJING

Welcome to my first #SHERpostcards post — where you’ll see the beauty of one place through Sherroll’s eyes. Destination: Beijing, China – March, 2019.Highlights: People are generally quiet here (they stared at us when we laughed too loudly). Everything is mostly written & spoken in Chinese (ps: I survived with my useless mandarin — thanks…

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NAGASAKI — and our visit to the city we used to read in history class

I’ve actually never thought that I would be visiting Nagasaki when in Japan. My understanding of this city was limited to the atomic bombing in 1945, which led to Indonesia (my hometown) proclaiming their independence.

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HAKATA –– and the vibrant neighbourhood of Fukuoka

The moment we got here, I instantly fell in love with how everything takes place: a bustling city centre (still a little less crowded compared to Tokyo), a quiet neighbourhood with historical sites, and random, aesthetic building in the corner.

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SUPPA: Back to the 80’s

Even though the idea of hotpot is not new to me, I was so excited when Sharon (yes, Sharon—or Sheren with a different spelling) and Betsy, asked me to join them for a hotpot dinner in a somewhat-oldish restaurant in Causeway Bay.

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The Other Side of an Abandoned Building | Hong Kong Abandoned School

Isn’t it funny, how something (or someone) can be so gorgeous yet so dangerous?

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