Category: City University of Hong Kong (CityU)

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HK: Feels Like Home

Compared to the courses at Drexel University, the ones offered here are a lot easier but there’s something about being on exchange that makes you lazier. It’s weird thinking how I have less than two months left in Hong Kong especially since I feel like I have finally gotten used to life here. For example, ...

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HK: RIP Phone

Ironically after writing a post on how to save money, I now have to spend $440 USD on a new phone because someone stole my previous one. Long story short, I was dancing at a club in Lan Kwai Fong when someone took my phone straight from my purse. Side note, get a more secure ...

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HK: Eating on a Budget

Since I have reached the halfway point, I thought I would share with you the things I have learned in order to maximize your time eating in Hong Kong while still being on a budget. Dining Out: Eating out in Hong Kong is super cheap especially if you eat at one of the three canteens ...

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HK: Status Update

Random tidbit, the WiFi in Hall 10 and 11 is terrible. I had to move to the common room to upload the pictures I took in Vietnam for my previous post. Also today marks the end of my first two months in Hong Kong. Yay me! Earlier this week, I finally got my hair dyed. ...

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HK: Visiting Vietnam

Last week I went to Da Nang, Vietnam with some friends and I had the time of my life. Vietnam is the first country that I have been to since studying at City University of Hong Kong where I have no idea what to expect. To begin with, flying HK Express is everything I expected ...

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HK: A Guide to Flying ✈

Hi guys! Last week I was in Taipei, Taiwan so it’s been a while since I last posted. This post will be about my experience with booking flights and traveling from Hong Kong so far. As I mentioned earlier, my friends and I went to Taiwan last Thursday and we stayed for 4 days. The airline we ...

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HK: Some Dim Sum Please

One of the best things about Hong Kong is the dim sum. The food here is really cheap and delicious. It’s my fourth week in Hong Kong and I’ve already been to several dim sum places. In my opinion, there are three locations that you should try if you ever visit. The first place is One ...