Wednesday, July 01, 2015


Summer is here! The season of no school, holiday trips and more time to start an adventure. And I would like to share to you a line of activities that you may find exciting, worth it of your time and are just perfect for the season!


Yes, you heard it right, it's for FREE. Robert Kiosaki's team is here in Hong Kong from June 28 - July 2 (today) to conduct a free seminar about the do's and don't's of investing on properties. You might be wondering why I had put this here when it's supposed to be all fun activities only. Well, this is for those who are ready to shop for assets (rather than gadgets). The good thing here is it's free. The best thing about it is that you get to be aware of your potential as an investor. You will bring nothing but enthusiasm and an open mind. Today is the last day. So if you have nothing to do, register here and attend the last session at 7pm at Novotel Hotel, in Wan Chai. I had a paradigm shift after attending on one.


It is quite an irony that Hong Kong Disneyland had opened a frozen village to share a glimpse of what it's like in Arendelle now that it's summer. But you would need this kind of an escape in beating the heat. Queen Elsa and Princess Anna are preparing for yet another celebration and they would want you to participate in it. Come and experience how snow feels by meeting Olaf, the snowman himself, playing as it melts in your hand and you may even slide down a slope on a sled. Just be early in getting your tickets. As soon as you enter Hong Kong Disneyland this summer, head straight to the frozen village to reserve your tickets for the show and the activities that I mentioned beforehand. Usually, the tickets run out by 11am. I have experienced this myself and my daughter loved everything about it. And she's just 10 months. We didn't get to try the sled because there's a height requirement for kids but overall, she had a magical day. She got to sing with other kids too as a choir in the show in helping out Anna for the party. Find the time to visit since they'll just be here for the entire summer.

I took this when my daughter and I watched the show last week.


Tired of the usual junk boat trips? Here's a chance to transform your usual kind of party to something unique at The Pulse, in Repulse Bay. For an entrance fee of HK$60/child aged 5-12 and HK$180/adult (which includes a membership and a free meal), it offers another form of a getaway in the city with lively music, bites and booze and an array of colourful water activities. Watch this:

This water carnival is open every Saturday, which had started already, from June 13 until the end of July, from 12nn 'til 8pm. It sits on the Pulse 3rd floor deck, overlooking Repulse Bay's beaches and the rest of its breathtaking views.


The Maroon 5 World Tour 2015, presented by AIA and produced by Live Nation Lushington will be gracing Hong Kong fans of their sought after talent this September 4, 2015, at 8pm in the Asia World Express Arena. The Multi-platinum-selling and Grammy Award winning rock band, has embarked this concert in February in support of their 5th studio album, "V". This album features the Billboard Top 10 smash hit, "Maps", and their hit single, "Animals". "Maps", which Rolling Stone declares "a stomping, funk-soul-gospel breakdown," quickly reinforced the group's status as a powerhouse in popular music, setting a record for the highest debut by a group on Top 40 radio charts in 18 years. Latest smash hit "Sugar" is exploding and has become the band's eighth #1 song in the USA.

Special guest on all shows is Swedish trio, DIRTY LOOPS. Formed in 2008, while attending the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, the band's big break came when their version of Lady Gaga's "Just Dance" became an overnight viral sensation. They followed it up with creative covers of pop songs by Justin Bieber, Adele, Rihanna, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. 

Maroon 5 is bringing this massive world tour to 58 cities worldwide. Loyal fans from Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and the Philippines have shown enormous support to the band's highly-anticipated tour since announcements in early April. Hong Kong fans will get their chance to rock with Maroon 5 in September as well.

For additional information, visit this links:


In celebration of its 20th anniversary on the stage, Disney's Beauty and the Beast is visiting Venetian for the first time and will run until end of July to bring forth a musical based on the acclaimed 1991 Academy Award winning movie.

Beauty and the beast is a story about a young girl, owning a provincial life and a prince who is trapped by an enchanted spell. He was transformed into a hideous beast in which he could go back from once he knows how to love and be loved. But time is running out. If he won't be able to find love he and his household will remain casted of the spell forever

With director Rob Roth and choreographer , Matt West, this 13 year old broadway musical  would be uniting the show's original Broadway Creative Team to bring back the classic musical to life. The costume designer, Ann Hould-Ward, who is a Tony award winner, because of her work for the movie, has also participated in this project.

The musical will be in English but sufficed with Chinese subtitles. For more information, visit these official websites:


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1. RICH DAD POOR DAD - a post of what I learned from one of the 21st century's best books.
2. NO TEARS THIS THURSDAY, GET INSPIRED INSTEAD - a post about outstanding Filipinos who continuously inspire me everyday with their great talent and humility.
3. HOUSE OF DANCING WATER - City of Dreams, Macau presents a show featuring the powerful element of water, an astounding choreography combined with a flow of fantasy. Click to read about my experience being in this visual theatre.

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