Posts tagged food
10 Cheap Vegan Eats in Hong Kong (Below $50 HKD!)

Veganism in Hong Kong should be accessible, attainable, and inclusive. So, with hopes to combat the misconception that veganism is always expensive, detailed below are ten of my favourite eateries in Hong Kong that offer options that are both affordable and enjoyable.

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A Vegan Guide to Seminyak, Bali

Last Summer, I visited Bali and had the opportunity to try many of their wonderful vegan restaurants. Listed in this post are six of my favourites and the specific dishes I enjoyed. Bali is one of the best places to eat vegan food, so I hope that this post helps to narrow down the abundance of options.

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A Local Guide to Vegan Dim Sum in Hong Kong

As a visitor of Hong Kong, one thing you must do is have a meal of dim sum. However, dim sum often consists of pork, beef, and various other forms of meat. In this post, I have compiled a list of all the best restaurants in Hong Kong that serve vegan dim sum options so you can check off all the items off your Hong Kong buckets list without compromising your dietary choices.

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A Vegan's Guide to Causeway Bay

Ever been lost wandering around the iconic streets of Causeway Bay - in search for a vegan option, but unsure where to head? Fear not! Here is your long awaited, highly requested blog post dedicated to guiding you around the most commonly traversed district.

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2018 Recap: A Vegan Journey

As someone who can no longer envision a life without monthly - sometimes even weekly - vegan adventures, I thought it would be nice to reminisce on how veganism has transformed my life in 2018. This posts marks significant milestones that I achieved throughout the year and highlights that are a pleasure to remember.

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My Favorite Zero-Waste Items

Living ‘zero-waste’ or low waste can be challenging, but it can be simplified when you’re surrounded with the right equipment. Although not entirely necessary for lowering your rates of consumption, these items mentioned were (and continue to be) instrumental in supplementing my transition.

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Using Poop to Grow Plants

One of the most intriguing speakers at the Green Fest was without a doubt the man who used his poop to grow plants: Cesar Jung-Harada. I had the honor of interviewing him for SCMP Young Post, and in the process, gained perspective on his take on environmental issues and what he’s doing to combat them.

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5 Tips to Kick-start Your Vegan Journey

A common phrase I hear is: I would love to go vegan, but I’m not sure where to start! In this post, I dish out five top tips that worked for me when transitioning into veganism that will hopefully guide you in doing the same.

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Are You Really an Environmentalist If You Still Consume Meat?

Studies show that meat consumption is the single greatest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, and as a result, climate change. Although I try to be inclusive with different methods of activism, one controversial question that has been stuck with me is: are you really an environmental activist if you still consume meat? In this post, I discuss my perspective on this issue.

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Can Vegans Eat Meat?!

One of the great ironies of veganism: “isn’t it more wasteful to not eat the leftovers?” This post will attempt to approach the controversy through a objective and technical perspective - deciphering the true meaning of what it means to be vegan and what we can do when faced with the situation of leftover animal products.

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Zero Waste Street Food

Taipei is famous for its night markets that sell food ranging from frog legs to tofu. However, many of these stalls sell their snacks in disposable containers that can end up being extremely wasteful. Find out how I managed to enjoy this food without contributing to this waste!

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