John Hobbie is a Hong Kong-based theatre set designer. He’s a full time production designer for Disney, and the man behind the entrance hall to the giant DHL balloon that can be seen over the West Kowloon skyline. Continue reading “John Hobbie, painter of Hong Kong”
Mr. Chan is a street musician who plays a Dizi (笛子), a type of bamboo flute that is used in Chinese folk music and Chinese opera. On most days Mr. Chan can be found by the ATMs on the corner outside the AON China Building on Queen’s Road Central.
In a fantastic twist of irony, our inaugural Dan Tat Monster post takes root in Macau! Next week we will write about Shenzhen, and the week after will take us farther afield, to Shanghai, then Inner Mongolia. We kid, we kid.
So, on this swelteringly hot and oppressively humid day, we turn your attention to Lai Kei, a historic ice cream
shop shoppe in Macau.
We popped by a few weeks ago and had a chat with Mr. Kong, current owner. Continue reading “Lai Kei Ice Cream Shoppe, Macau”
WE ARE DAN TAT MONSTER!!!!!
WE MAKE BLOG POST SOME DAY SOON!!!!! WE WRITE ABOUT HONG KONG!