I am not afriad of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today~William Allen White

who am i?

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I am a Chinese expat from Canada living in Singapore after 3 years in Hong Kong.  Previously in HK, I operate a food brands distriubtion business, which has since been sold.  In Singapore, I operate a trading company servicing and supply daily discount websites in North America.  I absolutely love living in Asia, loving the culture, hustle bustle, and smell of Asia, the place I now call home.

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Comments on: "who am i?" (16)

  1. I really want to travel Asia one day. The only thing that scares me are my allergies. Strange new food and language barriers sounds like a bad idea haha

    • lol, trust me, you’ll be addicted to the flavors and spices of the millions of different foods in Asia. If differences in culture/language makes you nervous, take baby steps, travel to Malaysia/Singapore/HK–all English speaking–for a preview before being more adventurous

  2. maryrichardson said:

    I really love living in Asia too, and you’re so lucky to experience HK and Singapore! I live in Japan, which you probably know is also a foodie haven paradise. So many delicious flavors and combinations we never get to discover in North America!

    Looking forward to your food and travel adventures!

    • I think Japan is so cool, I have been to Tokyo, OMG, the streets are crazy, I’ll probably get lost everyday if I live there, I heard the street & door numbers are absolutely bizzare! People in Tokyo dress oh so stylishly, very cool place you’re in. Have you been to either HK or Singapore, both have heavy Chinese population, yet the tastes and preferences are so different.

  3. What an exciting life you lead! I lived in Singapore many years ago and I loved it. I’m not sure if I can afford to live there any more as the cost of living has gone up so much. Thanks for leaving me a comment on my blog!

  4. That picture of the wishing tree you have as your header is pretty cool.

  5. I love the new look of your blog 🙂

  6. I think you’re going to miss Hong Kong as much as you’re going to fall in love with Singapore! It sounds like you have an exciting adventure waiting ahead of you. Have fun while you’re at it 😀

    • lol, it’ll be exciting, I fly to HK every 10 days though, so I’m going to be able to enjoy the goods of both cities

  7. Glad to have stumbled upon your blog. I’m living in Singapore right now and definitely loving it. I had been here twice before for a short visit but Hubby and I are staying here longer this time. =)

    http://www.journeyofawoman.wordpress.com

    • Hi Viviene, that sounds reassuring, I think I’m going to really enjoy living in Singapore, I’m getting excited because it’s the coutdown to moving stage now, hees. Tell me all the places I can explore, how long have you been living there now?

  8. Reading your blog make me think of my home, I am a Chinese who born in Hongkong, immigranted to Canada. And if I live in China I will be in Guang dong and Fu jian.

    My dream is to start a internation trading business.
    And I live close to CWB

    • Trading business is very popular in HK, espeically since there is zero tax barriers of imported goods. While living in Canada, I hope you have a chance to visit Asia frequently, I absolutely fell in love iwth it and cannot imagine living elsewhere ^^.

  9. Hi BTLau, nice to have come across your blog while hunting for street food of HK. I am a Singaporean living in Malaysia. I love eating and food. Intending to start a humble venture into “pre pack” soup base and “pre mix” Malaysian flavors distribution business. Hopefully I can introduce more Asian delicacies through dry packs and pre mixes all around the world… Introducing Asian flavors to as many countries as I can and also help many Chinese around the world to find their childhood taste back.

    Currently I am introducing Malay and Nyonya curries. Intend to try Hong Kong street flavors next and later Vietnamese specials…

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