I’ve just realized I haven’t done much of the so called self introduction here. So I decided to take a moment to talk a little bit about myself.
I do have a real name but for the time being ,ill get myself out with my artist name ( to-be) : Cotori. Why cotori? Just simply because it means “little bird ” in Japanese and I love small birds…and true or not, I’ve had a lot of people telling me I look like one. lol (ok, now THAT , I don’t know how I should be taking that, but its never bad to be told you look like something you like, right? :). ).
Anyway…I study at a gemological institute called G.I.A (gemological institute of America) .
Tomato juice, grapefruit , singing, photography, cooking, wine, cheese, oysters, anything sour, tight jeans, boots, watching audition programs/series, beautiful sunsets, bags, brown rice, scarves, glasses
cockroaches, sea cucumber, live butterflies, moths, creatures with many legs, packed trains,
I’ll stop here for today!
I’m currently a student but I do have a part time job. When my shift goes on till late afternoon, I either have my home packed lunch or go out to restaurants nearby. Honestly speaking I don’t have places that I’m too fond of in my office area…except for this Japanese restaurant and this Dim Sum place.
So the other lunch hour, my coworkers and I decided to go make a visit to this dim sum place . there are several things that we always order every time we go for dim sum but this time we decided to go a little bit more original than the usual-usual.
For those of you who are interested , here is what we got:
After having lived in Hong Kong for over two years, I’ve realized that I haven’t eaten that much local food here except for the very occasional Dim Sum brunches when we have some friends visiting us in town.
To be honest I have never been the biggest fan of Chinese food and I’m more on the “pasta, steak , veggies on the grill, salad, soup,bread and a glass of wine under a dim candle light” type of person when it comes to a meal.
But hey let’s leave prejudice aside at times and give things some chance!!
And the consequence??!!
Pure success!!!! Food was great with great company. I couldn’t have asked for more 🙂
Chinese hot pot in Wan Chai.
“Teck Hsin Restaurant” 9-13 Obrien Road , Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Not to mention, I couldn’t get enough the coriander and green onions!
So here’s my new years resolution. Explore more 🙂
Till next time!