Its been awhile since my last entry! Since coming back to Hong Kong things have been very busy. I guess it's time that I do a mini update.
Today is the one month mark for when I will leave Hong Kong to move to London! I am absolutely thrilled to bits to embark on a whole new experience in my life. I'll be joining the English National Ballet after one more set of Swan Lake shows with the Hong Kong Ballet.
I remember the first day I arrived in Hong Kong so well, I can't believe six years has gone by since that day. So ...Read more
So this past weekend I took the opportunity to do a little hike up the mountain in my back yard! Living on Discovery Bay is such a pleasure and I am ashamed to say I hardly ever take advantage of it's beautiful nature trails. I wasn't sure what I'd find when I set out on my journey of epic proportions. I thought I'd just walk and keep walking and see where that would take me. I got to the peak lookout (literally called that) where there was even a little roofed area. Obviously this was the most amazing view of all o...Read more
I just got back from Beautiful British Columbia on Tuesday night and it's now almost 5am Thursday morning. Yes, I'm a little jet lagged. It was such a great holiday, as it usually is. I feel everything one is supposed to feel after a holiday, rested, rejuvenated and most importantly inspired to get back into things.
I left home to go to school in Toronto for my last two years of high school. So i was fifteen at the time, and although I thought I couldn't wait to get out of the house and embrace my independence, I remembe...Read more
As promised a photo of my finished pavlova:
I think I prefer just a normal white pavlova to the chocolate version, but my sister is a choco fanatic, so at least she ate some this time :-).
The yearly Costa-Wong gathering was fun and we basically stuck with tradition and played games until the wee hours of the morning. Our usuals are The Game of Life, poker, mah jong, etc...B...Read more
Welcome to a sneak peak of my life. Most people would define me as a ballerina. I won't deny that I live and breathe for my art...blood, sweat and tears. But at the same time, I have come to believe that in order to be a great artist, one must first be a great person, and that all seems to boil down to one key word: balance. So as I continually strive for this perpetual challenge of balancing my physical, emotional and spiritual self, may this blog be a record of my progress.
A quote shared with me by a close friend and kindr...Read more