Man Mo and Mao, Man

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Visiting the Man Mo Temple Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city of worship. There is much to praise: the cuisine (from delectable dim sum to cheap food carts), its spectacular viewpoints, and the endless shopping. (More posts on all of these quite soon.) But in the west end of the city, on Hollywood Road and Lascar Row, which are a few meters distance from one another and run parallel, you can find two diverse groups of worshippers and the idols they regard as sacred–deities and Mao Tse-Tung.

 

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How Do You Pack For a Three-Month Trip?

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How do you pack for a long trip?

For my trip to Asia, I packed the following items into my 35 Liter bag and small day pack:

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Swapping the To-Do List for the Bucket List

Posted on by Noah Lederman in Somewhere, United States | 15 Comments

It’s hard to get to the bucket list when the to-do list is endless. Before my wife and I left for Southeast Asia, I had the following items to plow through: Read more

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