In Shanghai area there live many Japanese people, even in smaller cities like Nantong. Therefore many kinds of Japanese food from sushi, tappenyaki to the traditional izakaya, can be found here, much more compared to Belgium. Even though I’ll be travelling to Japan in two weeks, still I can’t resist the temptation when I see those Japanese restaurant on the street.
Continue reading Japanese dinner in Nantong (Ooshima restaurant)
Recently @ramengirl initiated this What’s in My Bag Challenge. It looks interesting and seems like everyone is doing it. The other day I felt like join this challenge as well, but no one nominated me. All of the sudden @ace108 nominated me when he revealed his cat from his bag(?). @ace108helped me realise one of my dreams. Thanks!
Now I’m going to show what’s in my bag 🙂
Continue reading @ace108 nominated @Joythewanderer on What’s in My Bag Challenge
Nanjing is probably my favourite city in the whole East China. It’s cultural and lively. I went there a couple of times when I lived in China. Now there’s a fast train running from Nantong to Nanjing, which takes only 2 hours and half to get there.
Continue reading 「Vlog」One day in Nanjing
I went on a walk in town, to those streets I used to know back in my childhood. Although the city has changed a lot since recent years, there’re still many things that remains the same. The breakfast stalls in all residential areas were pretty much the same. We eat buns with various fillings, soymilk with fried dough, or noodle/ wonton soups. That is something I had been missing sometimes in Belgium.
Continue reading Searching for some childhood memories in my hometown