If it was someones first time visiting Hong Kong what would you recommend for them to do?
Go to Kowloon. At the end of temple street there is a tea cafe called Mido Cafe. An old school Hong Kong style diner that sits upstairs in a corner building with green windows that wrap around on both sides. It sits untouched since the 1960s. The colors, sound, light, food, smells everything in that place is perfect.
It is one of my favorite places on this earth.
63 Temple St Hong Kong
What was your favorite cocktail from there?
Not my favorite, but a cute one. They mix beer into a lemonade and let the kids have a little bit, so they can "drink" with the adults. Its called a shandy.
What resource do you turn to for inspiration regarding your creativity?
I obsessively research everything. The internet! I know its broad, but its true.
Whats your go to karaoke song?
If you are lucky enough to see me perform this song... you're welcome. No one knows it. Not to toot my own horn, but I slay this song. I do it with my heart and soul every time.
"I'll be There for you" - Bon Jovi
What’s the biggest risk you’ve ever taken?
I trust in my instincts, so its hard to say what really felt risky. Does that even make sense?
If you had to live in one era what would it be 80's or 90's! And why?
80s! Because pastel.
Who would you say is your favorite style icon?
Right now it is Patricia Field's Carrie Bradshaw.
What 5 items never leave your bag?
Patchouli oil, chapstick, clinique bottom lash mascara, trident tropical twist gum, passport.