Mid-December – planning the year 2015

Mid-December 2014. Perhaps a bit late to plan the next year (or might be just in time). 2014 has been indeed a year never before experienced. Compositions, maps, super long trips. Ever tumultuous and changing society. Admiralty, Causeway Bay and Mongkok revolutionizes our urban spatial experience (and above all political, but remember that planning is … Continue reading Mid-December – planning the year 2015


Coming marathon – and coming concert

February (and the Year of the Horse) came, lots of food eaten, lots of red packet money obtained (yay!), lots of training carried out, and finally the long awaited annual marathon race in Hong Kong is forthcoming! The race, which has become a unique focal point for Hong Kong runners and the general community and … Continue reading Coming marathon – and coming concert


Long time no blog post. I was out of Hong Kong three times - once to Sweden for O-Ringen, once to Guizhou for the All China Orienteering Championships, once to Guangzhou for an orienteering camp - and am just back this evening. Yes - all three times for orienteering. During this course of time I … Continue reading Holiday

Promotion: MYO concert with Lin Cho-Liang

http://www.myohk.com/past_event_detail.php?menu_id=78&pkey=169&press_year=&press_month= The violinist Lin Cho-Liang (林昭亮) will co-operate with The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Hong Kong to perform Mozart's 2nd violin concerto. The orchestra will also perform Sonic Dreams Made Real by Matthew Tommasini, and Dvorak's Ninth Symphony (i.e. New World) in its entirety. The concert is on coming Tuesday (30 April), 8pm, Academic Community … Continue reading Promotion: MYO concert with Lin Cho-Liang