I'm currently at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong, typing this at a web terminal in a Pacific Coffee premise. The terminal doesn't have a USB port, so I can't upload any photos, unfortunately. It's also the first time I was able to connect to internet after leaving the country yesterday morning, so I'm sort of starved for internet. Hah.
Taking advantage of the holiday bracket provided by Buddha's Birthday (8th day of the 4th lunar month, which was yesterday - a designated Korean holiday) I took a day off today to take a break from the flow and get out of the country for a while. The destination is... Nagoya, Japan. I was looking to visit some other places, but the tickets were booked. Oh well.
Choose two, and only two of the following: clothes, cellphone, and car. Apparently, this dude chose the clothes and cellphone. This is a slice of the way of life in the booming China - you might not have a car, but you gotta have a cellphone.
(From my dad's photo album of the last week's business trip to China)
I'm writing this in a train with my notebook and an HSDPA internet modem as I cruise down from Suwon to Ulsan in a 4-and-a-half-hour trip. As always, it's good to live in a wired (wireless?) country.
K-EMS project is progressing one step further as a monthly meeting is held to gather all parties from the project. This month happens to take place in Ulsan, my hometown, and I've been called to join the senior staffs. I would have time to visit my parents, of course.