When giving gifts many of us are searching for something that will not only delight, but express our care and love. The perfect gift is something thoughtful and from the heart such as homemade bread. But with people living all around the country and globe, how can we send our tasty treats with them arriving in delicious condition? Let’s take a look at some considerations and ways to ensure your bread arrives looking and tasting amazing!
Situated between the Mong Kok Police Station and the Hong Kong Bird Market lies the floral epicenter of Hong Kong: the Mong Kok Flower Market. This slice of heaven on earth is a flower and garden-lover’s paradise. One can find garden supplies, bulbs, and seeds, but the main feature is the incredible selection of plants and flowers.
Sample fake food and beverages, or sampuru, are seen all around Japan. They are a safe way for restaurants, department stores, and snack shops to showcase their culinary offerings without the items being affected by temperature, light or age. Sample foods are also a great way for non-Japanese speakers to view and order foods which they may otherwise not be able to. The sample food industry in Japan is huge, worth over 90 million USD. As a unique part of Japanese culture, I explored this industry by making a sample myself.
If you’re craving a quick escape from Hong Kong’s sardine-packed sidewalks with its copy-watch hawkers and awe-struck tourists, scan your Octopus Card and squeeze your way aboard the MTR bound for Diamond Hill. Destination: Nan Liang Garden.