It’s starting to get a little chilly in Hong Kong.
So it’s the best time to start eating things like Hot Pot or japanese shabu shabu with your friends.
Oh! And another thing you must eat during winter is clay hot pot rice! Yum!
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yummmmmmmmmmmmmmy~ 😀 best to eat when you are very cold,it really makes you feel warm 🙂
November 15, 2011 · 5:53 am Shabu Shabu
I would love to have winters like they are in subtropical Hong Kong, with temperatures falling the lowest to 10 degrees Celsius. Why hasn’t global warming made it possible for us Canadians to have palm trees in our backyard yet? Just kidding. One time I was questioned by my American colleague: “So do you guys run electricity in Canada? Do you still live in igloos?” LOL
I know, I know, Christmas is just not Christmas without Frosty the Snowman and colourful lighted ice sculptures. Having grown up in Canada I should be used to the snow and ice by now. But shoveling snow (okay, I don’t have a snowblower) and driving to work on ice (public transit is not an option) is not that much fun.
Anyhow, you have yourself a nice winter and remember to keep yourself warm which I see that you are doing anyways.
P.S. Did you know that November or better yet “Movember” is a moustache growing charity event held during November each year in Canada? Somehow the name “Johnson Lee” came to mind when I saw my coworkers with their moustaches. Hahaha.
I like winter since i was young because i can have my favourite hot pot dinner or shabu shabu! HAHAHA!!!! But i feel that your hat is cute to you, i’m soon in love with that style of hat! Actually, if you shave all your whiskers, you look more cuter and handsome!
I love eating hot pot!!! regardless what time of the year!
I was watching some old videos of your past performances. One of the ones that I really liked was the “Singing in the Rain” medley that you performed in 2009. Your singing and dancing really convinced me (the audience) that you were enjoying the entire performance yourself. I loved the sound of your voice singing Ronald Cheng’s “晴天阴天雨天”. It did not sound like Ronald’s at all but it sounded like a voice of your own. Anyways, just dropping a note to let you know how I felt. Take care.:)
Does anyone know what is the font name of the top banner? I am looking for that font.
Nice~<3…Is really cool at night~
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