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April 5, 2014 / Happy Dietitian

Zhejiang Cuisine-Spring Rolls


 Traditional Zhejiang spring rolls or Ma yue jie is another one of my comfort foods. Since the spring rolls require at least 6 dishes, its presence is rare and often only on special occasions or during Ching Ming. I can’t even remember the last time I had them. Luckily, my mom’s friend is the sweetest and wanted to give us a special treat. One bite and it brings back great childhood memories of family and celebration.

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April 4, 2014 / Happy Dietitian

A Taste of Home Cooking


Delicious home cooked dishes from my recent Taiwan trip. Life is good when you have loved ones who cook. <3
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April 3, 2014 / Happy Dietitian

Korean Bean Thread Veggie Noodles


This was originally going to be kimchi jigae or Korean kimchi stew but I forgot to buy rice cakes and therefore improvised by using potato starch noodles instead. It actually turned out to be quite tasty!  Read more…

March 2, 2014 / Happy Dietitian

To a Tea – Foodie Magazine Hong Kong

CaptureIt’s always a pleasure to write for foodie magazine. In the March 2014 issue of foodie, I talk about the history, varieties and the health benefits of tea. I also share some of my favorite tea brands.

Click here to read foodie magazine online or stop by any one of the 600+ locations around HK to pick up a free copy.

March 1, 2014 / Happy Dietitian

Travel Adventures: Nan Lian Garden


Looking for a free getaway in Hong Kong? Take a trip to Nan Lian Garden. Just a five minute walk from MTR stop Diamond Hill. Enjoy a quiet, relaxing stroll around the garden and admire the beautiful rocks, trees, and timber houses.

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March 1, 2014 / Happy Dietitian

Chinese Veggie Soup w/ Dried Octopus


Looking for a new soup combo? Try this delicious soup made with dried octopus, corn, lotus roots, carrots, green beans and candied dates. If you’re not feeling the dried octopus, just skip it. Check out this recipe for instructions.

February 26, 2014 / Happy Dietitian

Longines Hong Kong Masters + FeedingHK



Going into this event, I had no idea what equestrian meant. I knew horses were involved and I knew it was fancy. I blame my ignorance on being a city girl. Or maybe, being a poor city girl. Is there even horse riding/show jumping in New York City?

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