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Sunday, September 29, 2013

Hong Kong #5: Football. Academians' Night. China Consulate. Boatzilla. + TED Talk!

Location: Hong Kong
The CityU Fam

Hey everyone! I hope you guys are doing as good as I am. This will be my post "Hong Kong #5" since I arrived in Hong Kong for my study abroad. Thanks for checking my blog and leaving comments and votes. Keep it up! :)

Despite the departure of Mona back to California, the week has been relaxing yet interesting and tiring. This week I've finally written my first paper for my Process Innovation and Change Management class, which was simple and straightforward. Other things during this week have been the football training with the CityU HK team, Academians' night, and a [ wild ] Boat Party during weekend.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Hong Kong #4: Mid-Autumn Festival. LKF. Typhoon #8. Special Note.

Location: Hong Kong
Bonne Chance and Bon Voyage
It's been a long week as well as weekend. I trained with the football team and ever since after that moment my mid-autumn festival started off ( on Tuesday ) when I had both a birthday dinner and a moon cake dine with the To family. However, I had actually began eating and enjoying moon cakes ever since I arrived to Hong Kong, so it's been basically a mid-autumn fest month for me :]

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Hong Kong #3: Football. Government Services. Victoria Peak. Early Birthday Lunch.

Victoria Peak
Although classes have started already, things have been slow these first two weeks. Hong Kong has been all about exploring, loving, enjoying, and getting lost so far.


I started training and trying out with the CityU football team this past week and I cannot lie that I am enjoying like a child while playing during these more serious games. Even though I have played football most of my lifetime, it's somehow difficult to get the adequate rhythm, adapt to a new system in which the ball and game transitions don't depend on the defensive midfielder so much, and to new teammates. Needless to say the language barrier. Of course this is nothing to be complaining about.

Friday, September 6, 2013

Hong Kong #2: Orientation Week. Classes. Big Wave Bay Beach. Lantau Island. Avenue of Stars.

Location: Hong Kong SAR
Orientation Week @ City University of Hong Kong
Orientation Week.

Orientation week here in City University of Hong Kong is way different than orientation day in San Francisco State University. Why and how different? Orientation week means having a lot of diverse activities organized by the Exchange Programme Club, which is run by students. Some of these activities are Campus tour, Ikea tour, Orientation day, Academic advice, Victoria Peak night tour, ICC rooftop + LKF night, and finally Lantau Island One Day Trip. These are some activities created for exchange students and some of them are paid.

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