I am super excited to be one of the ambassadors for the TUTTOFOOD Milan 2021 and get invited to attend this event in May 2021!
The recent month had been busy for me, because, first I re-started taking Italian classes three times a week, and second the main reason was that I had been working on the renovation of my little apartment in Borgo San Frediano, and now it is finally ready! I've been wanting to renovate the apartment since … Continue reading 5 Tips for Tourists Staying in Rental Apartments in Florence
Hello my dear readers, How are you enjoying the hot summer days so far! Here in Florence we have bright sunshine almost every day, long daytime that allows us to explore the city, and many new interesting places in town to be discovered... Are you also wondering how to turn these hidden gem, or suggestions … Continue reading Stai Al Borgo Featured on GPSmyCity Apps & Upgrade Giveaway
Since two years, May has become a special month in my life, for it was May two years ago that we moved to Italy. It is said that when you are enjoying, you forget about time. When drafting this post while reviewing the memories of last year, it seemed like everything just happened yesterday! Around this … Continue reading Moments on Instagram: My 2nd Year in Italy (May 2016 – April 2017)
Surviving rules of a Chinese expat in Florence Taste is part of our memories. A special taste may not remain in our mouth for a long period, but it will always take a place inside our brains and heart! I deeply believe that no matter how many years a person lives abroad, and how much he/ … Continue reading How I fulfill my Asian food craves in Florence
Finally after one year, this article comes out. During my first year in Florence, I've kept receiving questions from friends, sometimes my readers, asking: How is life in Italy? Do you like it here? Do you miss Hong Kong...... Origin from China, I do miss my cultures, my family and friends a lot. But … Continue reading Florence vs. Hong Kong | Comparison by An Asian Expat in Italy
Time flies faster than we realize. In a few weeks, I will officially be one-year resident in Florence. Looking back to the past year, I feel so blessed: I managed to settle here, made quite a number of local friends, traveled around Tuscany, armed myself with knowledge of Italian cultures. In the meanwhile of looking … Continue reading Best of the Year: To My First Year in Italy (May 2015 – April 2016)