The First Half of 2020 For A Hong Konger – Part 4

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 last of 4 posts, written by one of their members. Crackdown There is no lockdown in HK, so in a sense no one there is troubled by the lockdown. OnlyContinue reading “The First Half of 2020 For A Hong Konger – Part 4”

The First Half of 2020 For A Hong Konger – Part 3

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 third of 4 posts, written by one of their members. Lockdown Life during lockdown can be frustrating and desperate. No party, no group sport…As a graduate student who is supposedContinue reading “The First Half of 2020 For A Hong Konger – Part 3”

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”