My name is Wendy and I am a Registered Dietitian living in Hong Kong. I’m a food lover at heart with a passion for nutrition.
With over fifteen years experience in the world of nutrition, my career has taken me to a children’s hospital, restaurants, schools, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, as well as charities in both New York and Hong Kong. My specialty is in geriatric care but I have a serious soft spot for community nutrition. Starting this blog and writing for a local food magazine has allowed me to spread the message of a pressure-less healthy lifestyle. You’ll read about my food, hiking, and traveling adventures. My adorable shih tzu named Mimi has also inspired me to start NYBowtique.com where I sell hand-made doggie accessories. I currently work for two charities very close to my heart. PathFinders, helping to ensure a fair start for migrant children in Hong Kong and Feeding HK, a charity who redistributes surplus food for people in need. Thank you for reading and be sure to keep in touch.
Are spicy foods naughty or nice?, foodie Magazine, January 2015
Hidden Gems in Your Local Wet Market, foodie Magazine, Sept 12, 2014
To a Tea, foodie Magazine, March 3, 2014
The Diet Trends Everyone’s Talking About, foodie Magazine, Feb 21, 2014
Eat Yourself Happy, foodie Magazine, Nov 7 2013
Home Remedies, foodie Magazine, August 14, 2014 (originally published in April 2013)
Hong Kong Dietitians Association
Hong Kong Practising Dietitians Union
Hong Kong Nutrition Association
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics