Blog

  • A Korean Mum’s Experience: what is it like raising a biracial baby?

    The world today is truly a dazzling array of cultures. From the gorgeous Victoria skyline in Hong Kong, to the turquoise blue waters in The Bahamas or the wild jungles in the Amazon Rainforest, people have created unique cultures and histories that bind them to one another and the places they’ve lived in. It is increasingly common to meet intercultural or multicultural people and families, and more important than ever to appreciate the cultural diversity of one another.

    I’ve the opportunity to meet with Jae, a female entrepreneur, mother and a firm advocate in diversity and inclusion who shares with me her story of being in a multicultural family, and raising a biracial baby in South Korea.

  • Discovery Bay Sunday Market

    We are so excited to be joining our second Handmade Hong Kong market at Discovery Bay this Sunday!

    Drop by, have a chat with us and check out some exclusive deals! It will be an amazing event, and the first market in 2021!

    When: Sunday 14 Mar, 11am-6pm

    Where: Stall 32B, Discovery Bay

    See you there!

  • Born far from home: Stories of migrant mothers in Hong Kong

    Pregnancy and motherhood for many women can often be a time of great joy and excitement, however the reality for migrant mothers in Hong Kong can often be extremely challenging.

    I’ve had the privilege of visiting PathFinders’ shelter, speaking to some of the most vulnerable migrant women in Hong Kong, where most of them are domestic workers. Many of them have faced their jobs being terminated, or were highly encouraged to leave after finding out that they were pregnant. Unfortunately for the majority, pregnancy rights were something that was not made aware to them, and many had to deal with legal matters on top of lacking the mental and health support during their pregnancy.

    However, amongst the chaos of uncertainty, fear and a certain level of helplessness, there is a safe haven nestled within the concrete jungle that they once called home.