Mood [Sick]
Currently Playing [Backstreet Boys – As Long As You Love Me]

1) A new stuffed animal that JL bought for me in Hong Kong. His name is Yeopawka. I saw him in Jusco and couldn’t resist getting him even though he cost $210 HKD, which is around $30 CAD. His ears are so big that they remind me of Dumbo’s. Haha! He puts a smile on my face when I look at him.

2) Hello Kitty’s first movie in Hong Kong with JL and Felix. Unlike Toronto, Hong Kong theatres offer sweet caramel or chocolate flavour popcorn rather than buttered ones. You can even mix both caramel and chocolate flavour together. Sweet popcorn are more popular in Hong Kong rather than salty ones. These caramel popcorn taste different comparing to the ones in Canada. I don’t know why, but I like to eat these ones a lot more than the sweet popcorn in Canada. They are more crispier and crunchier. I’m usually not a big fan of sweet popcorn, other than the ones from the theatres in Hong Kong. If you ever get a chance to go to Hong Kong, you must give these popcorn a taste.

PS, don’t forget to enter my giveaway, which ends May 30 for Dolly Wink prizes. Follow the link on the side bar!

  • kawaii puppet! <3

  • Ohhhhhhhhh chocolate caramel popcorn, is that the definition of heaven?

  • I wish theaters here would follow the hong kong system and let you pick which seat you wanted when you buy the ticket, then keep it for you until you get in. This is such a perfect way to do things – here if you leave the seat is gone. If you don’t arrive 40 minutes early the seats are gone. Jeez.

    I was lining up downtown toronto and these two caucasian guys were talking about how they visited hong kong and the move theater seats were picked upon purchasing tickets, how cool that was… I just smiled :)

    Hope you’re doing fine over there emily.

  • whoaa the monkey doll is super cute!

  • what a cute plushies!

  • So cute!

  • Ken

    my ex gf got me that russian monkey too