Originally from Macau, Adelina has lived and studied architecture in different parts of the world before settling in Hong Kong to pursue a career in architectural conservation in practice and research. She received her BA in Architecture from the University of Berkeley and has recently completely her MA at the University of Hong Kong. This architectural perspective allows her to add an additional layer to the Hong Kong that she describes during her walking tours. She takes pride and pleasure in discovering off beat areas and perceiving the city through both her lens and that of her clients. She is also a self-proclaimed milk tea and egg tarts connoisseur who is fascinated by the mystical charm of everyday Hong Kong.
Ed has lived in Hong Kong for more than 25 years. He witnessed the tail-end of the colonial era, the Handover to China in 1997, and the ups and downs of subsequent years. He currently works in publishing. He remains fascinated by Hong Kong, which he rates as “one of the world’s acupuncture points” and never takes a ferry, tram (streetcar) or a walk around town without seeing something to give him pause for thought.
Tammy brings multicultural background as she was born in Africa in what is now DR Congo, and grew up in Zambia, Australia, and India, going to college in the US and China. After completing her degree in Nanjing, she moved to Hong Kong in 1994, working as a journalist and teacher. With her passion for wellness and health, she received a degree in holistic aromatherapy and Chinese acupressure in 2016. Over the past 22 years, Tammy has come to know Hong Kong intimately, greatly helped by fluent Cantonese and Putonghua (Mandarin). She's bargained in some of the more remote markets, eaten both in Michelin-starred restaurants and at market food stalls, trekked along some of the remotest trails in the Country Parks and sailed the harbour in junks, ferries and cruise ships.
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Statue Square, St. John's Cathedral, Tai Kwun, and Sheung Wan
Clock Tower, Chungking Mansions, Jordan Street, and Fuk Tak Temple