The First Half of 2020 For A Hong Konger – Part 2

This week’s blogpost is a guest-post by the HKSA (Hong Kong Student Association in Leuven) about how they feel regarding the world-wide pandemic. It’s the second of 4 posts, written by one of their members. Read the first part here Masking The attitude of HKers and Belgians towards masking differs greatly.  In late January, mostContinue reading “The First Half of 2020 For A Hong Konger – Part 2”

The First Half of 2020 for a Hong Konger

This week’s blogpost is a guest-post by the HKSA (Hong Kong Student Association in Leuven) about how they feel regarding the world-wide pandemic. It’s the first of 4 posts, written by one of their members. The COVID-19 (or CCP-Virus) Hong Kongers (HKers) have been, fortunately or unfortunately, much more prepared for the COVID-19 at aContinue reading “The First Half of 2020 for a Hong Konger”

Keeping Mentally (In)Sane Right Now

Let’s get right down to business and talk about some things that will help keep your head in the right place and stop spiralling into the questions, the oh so many questions… Alright! So we’re still not feeling this whole lock-down situation all that well, are we? It’s still kind of boring, lonely, annoying, andContinue reading “Keeping Mentally (In)Sane Right Now”

In Times Like These…

In times like these, it’s easy to feel … well, nothing to be honest. Or everything, everything at once. Let’s be honest, this is all pretty overwhelming come to think of it. And frustrating and enraging at the same time. What is still allowed, what can I still do without endangering myself or others, howContinue reading “In Times Like These…”