Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Friendship And An Early Christmas Gift From Hong Kong



A parcel arrived today from Hong Kong containing a beautiful cookbook and a Christmas card from my wonderful new friend Kenny Ting!!  He is a seasoned foodie who operates food blogs in both English  and Chinese . His love affair with food, his humour and the importance of family and friendships are all evidenced in his blogs. If you are planning a trip to Hong Kong soon, these 2 blogs would be your best friend when it comes to finding good restaurants and eating places. I especially love his Chinese blog as the writing often makes me laugh so much I end up in tears.
When I started my blog, forging friendships was not one of the reasons, but I'm most fortunate to have made a new friend like you! Thank you Kenny!!!

13 comments:

  1. Wow, you're sure lucky! Such a gorgeous cookbook.

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  2. AAwwwwww that is so sweet. Isnt blogging fun? n you do really make friends..good friends. Im so glad you got a nice cookbook! :)More postings for the future!!;)

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  3. that is a very nice story!! friendships are formed through food blogging!

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  4. Wow, this is so touching, and am happy that you like this book, TruffleRose is one of my favourite bloggers!!!

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  5. Very lucky indeed My Little Space!!

    I know BIBI!! :)

    I can't agree more zurin!!

    Thanks vicki!! isn't life wonderful!!

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  6. I love it Kenny! thanks again for taking all the trouble. :)
    I have been reading her blog too. I'm inspired to write a blog in Chinese by both of you :)

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  7. I follow Kenny's blog too. I love it! What a beautiful thoughtful gift. Happy holidays to you.

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  8. That's such a lovely gift. So sweet of Kenny....such a lovely friend. You must be a lovely friend too.

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  9. You're so lucky to have such a good friend like Kenny :)

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  10. Aww, so sweet. I wish I could read in Chinese. I'm at roughly 1st grader level, maybe that's even an exaggeration.

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  11. Thanks Velva! very much so!

    Haha Mary I guess I must be very lucky :)

    And new friend like you too Anncoo

    Jessica I am so glad my grandparents made us learn Chinese :)

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  12. I love stories like this! very sweet!

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