Thoughts on travel ethics, first world travel privileges, remote work, and decolonising travel.
Political and cultural interpretations of China is the Story of Yanxi Palace 《延禧攻略》and what it means for Hong Kong, based on the article「愛國攻略」by Assistant Professor Wong Nim Yan 黃念欣 in MingPao.
A decision-making framework developed to introduce perspectives on decision making for rainbow families in Hong Kong, Japan, and the Asia Pacific region. For queer professionals and families living there and considering moving.
An extended guide for LGBTQ individuals who want to work and live in Japan, including information for partners, queer families, and trans individuals.
Local tips for enjoying Sanuki udon in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture.
Tips for getting a great deal on local Okinawa soba while travelling in Naha or staying for remote work.
This is a shortlist of independent coffee roasters and coffee shops in central Naha (accessible on the Yu-Rail). As an amateur coffee enthusiast and digital nomad, I factor locations for coffee quality, remote work suitability, and the subjective impression of how friendly the service staff or owners are. In Naha, I used a pocket wifi to have access anywhere, and I would recommend the same approach for other visitors.
A list of apps in Japan to illustrate how Japanese users have different UI/UX needs. Some have pretty UI, most have localized Japanese UX.
Specialty coffee shops and independent coffee roasters in Madrid. Many are also suitable for remote work. List includes Toma Cafe, Federal Cafe, HanSo Cafe, Lots Coffee House and more!
A photo recap of Hong Kong’s 8th Pride Parade, in November 2017, one of the largest annual LGBTQ events in the city.