Caught the nostalgia bug today while visiting Hong Kong. It has been 2 years since I’ve officially left Shanghai! Those 8 crazy years in Mordor (locals called it ‘modu’ 魔都). Shanghai was glitsy, cosmopolitan and pure madness. Funny enough, I only miss 8 things about Shanghai. None of them are particularly glamourous.
Besides Maiko-san, I have also tried the Tang dynasty Chinese make over 🙂 I must say, although I could breath better in these outfits, my neck got all the pressure. See my crazy vein sticking out? Yup, it’s the weight. Head piece: 2 kg Wig: 1 to 2 kg My hair was quite short (& curly) and they managed to make straight smooth buns and rolls… plus a sea cucumber hair do. This was a true make over haha.
Went to this water town with my ex-boss and husband as my farewell 🙂 I am a lucky girl, my boss and colleagues were all sweethearts. This is only a 90min drive from downtown Shanghai. Great for a get away from the urban jungle. Note, this is not an escape from the crowds. This is still China with its 1.4 billion people.
This place is great for studying, chilling or blogging 🙂 The owner must have gone out of his way to decorate this place. Next to each seat there are miniature models! Toy heaven and a photographer’s playground.
Followed a local to find these 2 places. No crowd for sure, because there was no one there and NO path for the temple (road was a big ask in this case).
Authentic French cuisine cooking experience, full house French chefs with full on Franglais 😛 or just straight French. If you are serious about cooking, you must know French, right? Chefs are super cute.