2016 was an exciting year for me. I finally graduated from one of my masters at university, I finally married the love of my life and I finally started a new exciting job at a prestigious company. Starting to work
These days, the weather has been cold, wet and foggy. Just perfect to stay inside, curl up on the couch and to be extra lazy together.
Last week, I confessed that I lived together with Mr. Panda and his parents on 63 m² (678 ft²/ 75 yd²) for more than 5 years. While I already summarized advantages of living together with (future) in-laws, I also want
Because of not otherwise specified circumstances I started to live together with my Hong Kong boyfriend, Mr. Panda, while he was still living with his parents. While we four only planned to share the apartment for a few months, the
Last week, I made a short trip to Yokohama Chinatown while I visited my good friend in Japan. As I was excited to eat Chinese snacks, I went on a treasure hunt to find Hong Kong sweets. I finally found
Yesterday I got a package with Mister Donut Pon de Lion moon cakes from Taiwan – right on time for Mid-Autumn Festival, which is dated September 27th in 2015. Many thanks to my friend who send them to me!
Sometimes, it is quite inconvenient, that I do not speak and only barely understand Cantonese. Like, for example, when Mr. Panda talks in his sleep. Sometimes, it is in German, but all the other times, he uses Cantonese.
When you start to date a Chinese man, you normally take him over from his parents with factory settings. There are no pre-installed repairing, cooking or laundry, let alone cleaning applications. Some of the Chinese parents do not include their
All of us who are dating someone who is slightly more different than average will, at some point, encounter people who will ask strange, offensive and even racist questions. Along the way, we all learned to deal with them, learned
Although I am a bad singer, I still made up my mind to try brawl with the Chinese tone concept and learn at least a little bit of colloquial Cantonese. ‘Hey, I have my own three Chinese to practice with