All posts by Keith Taylor

十三 | Africa Coffee and Tea

October 23rd, 2016 I’ve been quite active in Hong Kong, and meeting tons of cool people. Every weekend I’m looking on different local websites and blogs about events/happenongs. I tend to usually end up in Central, specifically at PMQ which I mentioned in a previous post. It’s the same place I attended the fashion event some ...

十五 | TEDx WanChai

October 29th, 2016 For those who know me, you may already know that I’m a big fan of TED. If I’m ever watching something it’s either Japanese Anime, NBA basketball, or TED talks. I even have a little dream to give my own TED talk one day, so being able to attend a TEDx event ...

十四 | Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival

October 30th, 2016 After a rough 4 nights studying back to back for midterms, I had a pretty exciting weekend to relieve the stresses. Starting of with the Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival! This is held every fall lasting 4 nights at the Central Harbourfront. There are hundreds of stalls set up festival-style with ...

〇 | Hong Kong.

September 2nd , 2016 So today concludes my first full week here in Hong Kong. All seven days have been quite adventurous… a little more than I expected, which is great! There’s also no sign of me recovering from jetlag just yet, I don’t know what time zone I’m running on. I wake up at ...

三 | MTR>MTA>SEPTA

September 11th, 2016 The Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is easily the greatest public transportation system I have yet to experience. It’s so simple and easy to get around. There is pretty much an MTR stop near every destination you would want to go to in Hong Kong, and if not there will be connecting busses ...

五 | Food for thought

September 18th, 2016 Because some of the food I had to think twice about haha. But honestly, there’s a plethora of options to eat. Like really, there are restaurants of different cuisines all over. Hong Kong is a place where Western and Eastern cultures meet, so on the days when I feel a bit homesick ...

八 | Worldly Exchanges

September 26th, 2016 *Not many pictures in this post At Drexel, I never really gave much thought to the international student community. But now that I’m actually an international student here at HKUST I’ve realized that there is so much adjusting that they go through. You have to cope to new living conditions, along with ...