It has been a long silence of my blog. Recently I had spent five weeks in Hong Kong with Baby Marc visiting family and friends. It was a good time to be in HK as I had not spent Chinese New Year in HK for a long time and this was Marc first time of course.
This trip I felt HK has changed a lot, more skyscrapers needless to say. The biggest concern is that the cost of living keeps on rising. The inflation is seriously bad! Nothing is cheap in Hong Kong from housing, food, transportation, etc. If you interested, here is an article for you dated 24 Feb 2011, just a few days after I left. It was an every day topic when I was there. I really hope the Government can conduct some realistic measures in the property market in no time.
Other time after coming back, I have to adapt to a new routine, as I have to prepare solids for Marc everyday, so far he is doing good (touch wood!!!), hope he will continue like that. By the time, he is asleep by 9pm if we are lucky, then I would have some time for myself but am pretty tired and no motivation to stand in front of the laptop anymore. I am questioning myself where should I go from here, totally stop blogging or just post whenever I can. At the moment, I do not want to give up what I have established so far, should not give up so easily.
Anyway, good news is that my cookbook is officially accepted by Bider & Tanner, another local bookstore in Basel. They have immediately stocked up some copies for their English Cookbook section, I am so thrilled! The previous bookstore sadly has closed down its business in February and I am glad I could find another one.
I am going to give away three copies for free, to enter you simply leave a comment to this post by 31 March, 2010, if you subscribe via email or follow me on my facebook page, you will get a bonus entry. Please let me know if you have done so in your comment. I will announce the lucky winners thereafter in early April.
If you are interested to buy a copy, it will cost USD 18 per copy including postage fee. USD 5 will be donated to Red Cross per copy sold.