Ginny Wong

Ginny's Articles

25 Feb 2018 This meagre food budget may sound near-impossible, but for thousands of people living below the poverty line in Hong Kong, it’s a daily reality
25 Feb 2018 One in five Hongkongers live below the poverty line, and 71,000 households spend less than HK$15 per meal. I tried it for a week; here’s what I learned.
11 Jan 2018 Is your wardrobe starting to look like a cave of wonders? Avoid the hoarding life with this simple advice to declutter now.
28 Dec 2017 Origami, which dates back to the Edo period (1603-1868) in Japan, is the act of folding paper into decorative shapes and objects.
02 Nov 2017 Whether it’s a presentation in class, a pitch to your boss or a public event, there might come a time in your life when you will need to speak in front of a crowd. Even if you definitely, absolutely, most certainly hate it with the fire of a thousand suns.
30 Jul 2017 Big hair, puffy shoulder pads and the Sony Walkman – the ’80s was a time of synth-pop, fashion disasters and the rise of the blockbuster film.
25 May 2017 The fifth film in the huge Disney-owned franchise recaptures a little of the magic of the first film, and adds some emotional weight to some of the original characters too.
21 May 2017 Deep down, I’m a huge, huge, fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. It’s unapologetically farcical, imminently quotable (“We named the monkey Jack,” anyone?), and has Johnny Depp acting ... well, Johnny Depp-ish, but with dreadlocks and a lot more guyliner.
04 May 2017 The scent is sugary-sweet, with hints of maybe vanilla, which lingers but isn't overwhelming.
20 Apr 2017 Fuzzy, fluffy or scaly, with two fins, four limbs or eight legs, and with wings, tails or hooves – we all love animal films (yep, even those of you who say they hate animals, love them).

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