Hong Kong Disneyland

It’s been two years since my family and I went to Disneyland.  My cousin, who has a four-year-old, took us there.

Not much had changed over there.  I don’t think I’ll go back until more new rides are added.

Dinner on the first day of the New Year

I went to an all-you-can-eat dinner with my family, where the “god of fortune” made an appearance.  Of course I brought 9J along, it’s the year of the rabbit after all.

Kung Hei Fat Choy!

Happy Year of the Rabbit, everyone!

From Anita Maria, 9J and all the bunnies in the clan.

Festival Walk Chinese New Year Decorations

It wasn’t much.  I was surprised that they didn’t have the tallest plum tree in Hong Kong.

Year of the Rabbit Decorations ~ Whampoa Garden

There are many Miffys along the road at Whampoa Garden.  They are bigger Miffys than the ones seen at Harbour City during Christmas 2009.

Theme parks of Hong Kong, Part 2

Hi, 9J here again!

Here’s the other theme park in Hong Kong we went to — Ocean Park:

Learn more about these topics: cable car and outdoor escalator in the Ocean Park, rickshaw, Chinese sturgeons

Theme parks of Hong Kong, Part 1

Hello everyone, 9J here!

I’ve been busy these days!  I went with Anita Maria and her family to both theme parks in Hong Kong.  Here are some pictures.

The Hong Kong Disneyland:

I’m so exhausted, and so is Anita!  But wait, wait, there’s more… next post!

Kung Hei Fat Choy!

Hello everyone, 9J here wishes you a very happy and prosperous year of the Ox!  I realized that I haven’t officially bid you happy new year so here it is!

Chinese New Year Traditions

Here are some Chinese New Year Traditions in my house, demonstrated by 9J: