There will be another movie after all!

Wait, what? You haven’t heard yet? Harry Potter is back! Well, not exactly Harry, but we’re all excited anyway! Read here. Here’re some photos I took at the Harry Potter studio tour in London to celebrate this magical event! (Click to enlarge) Thank you, J.K. Rowling, for making my childhood (and adulthood) so remarkably amazing!…

Back to Reality

My time in Germany has officially ended and I’m (almost) back to reality. It’s an alien feeling – I didn’t expect to experience such a cultural shock back here, in Hong Kong, and now everything seems so familiar yet strange at the same time. It’ll take a while for me to adjust again but meanwhile,…

Würzburg: The Beginning of Something Romantic

I jinxed it, and it’s raining like cats and dogs again today. So instead of going up to the castle we’re staying home and going through some photos Leona and I took two days ago in Würzburg.

Sun at Last

I’m well aware of my promise about updating more frequently – what I wasn’t aware of was how fast time had been flying. During the past couple of months, I spent most of my time studying and the rest traveling…

My Absence…

I can explain. And the photo here is a better explanation than any words that come to mind. In Germany we have winter (Sep-Feb) and summer (Mar-Aug) semesters, but we only have classes from mid-October to early February and from mid-April to late July, which means German students enjoy two and a half months of holidays…

January – Snow and Exams

The town has been a bit a lot quieter this month — it seems everyone, myself included, is busy with exams, presentations, paper deadlines and more exams, which aren’t really fun when everything happens within the same month (or week). I’ve only done some German exams and presentations so far, but there are four more…

Weihnachtsmarkt (7) – Nürnberg

Nürnberg (English: Nuremberg) is known for its Christmas market and the Nuremberg Bratwurst. The Christmas market here isn’t called “Weihnachtsmarkt” in German however, but “Christkindlesmarkt” which could mean “Christ Child market” in the Bavarian dialect. Being the largest market in Germany, it attracts around 2 million visitors every year. The city itself is also very interesting…