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I was born in Mount Butler, lived there for my childhood and kindergarten 香港銅鑼灣聖光堂幼稚園.

Mount Butler (Chinese: 畢拉山) is a 436 m high hill on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.

"Mount Butler H.F. Radio Receiving Station" is situated on Mount Butler. Masts of the stations can be seen from a distance. Canadians won this mountain with only bayonets in WWII.

Moved to Jardine's Lookout during my primary school Hennessy Road Government Primary School P.M (軒尼詩道官立下午小學)

Jardine's Lookout (traditional Chinese: 渣甸山; Cantonese Yale: ja din saan), named after William Jardine, is a mountain and residential area on Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. It is a considerably upper class neighborhood with about ten thousand residents.

Moved back to Mount Butler during my secondary school.

Mount Butler (Chinese: 畢拉山) is a 436 m high hill on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.

"Mount Butler H.F. Radio Receiving Station" is situated on Mount Butler. Masts of the stations can be seen from a distance. Canadians won this mountain with only bayonets in WWII.

Lived in Stourbridge during my College.

Stourbridge is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, in the West Midlands of England. Historically part of Worcestershire, Stourbridge was a centre of glass making, and today includes the suburbs of Amblecote, Lye, Norton, Oldswinford, Pedmore, Wollaston and Wollescote.

Lived in Kettering during my Foundation course.

Kettering is a town in the north of Northamptonshire, England. It is the main town within the Borough of Kettering.

Kettering's economy was built on the boot and shoe industry. Now Kettering's economy is based on service and distribution industries due to its central location and transport links. A large and growing commuter population takes advantage of Kettering's position on the Midland Main Line railway, currently operated by East Midlands Trains, giving Kettering a direct link to St Pancras International railway station, which serves the Eurostar European high-speed railway network.

Lived in Bishop Ryder House during my Univeristy degree in Aston University.

Bishop Ryder House situated in the centre of the Aston University, views from the buildings extend across gardens and the ornamental lake in Aston Triangle.

There are four ‘addresses’: Gem House - Bishop Ryder House - Old Cross House - Vauxhall House.

Lived in Lakeside during my Univeristy degree in Aston University.

Lakeside situated on the edge of Aston University, overlooking the ornamental lake, in landscaped surroundings, Lakeside offers residents well appointed en-suite accommodation in maisonettes or flats for between six and ten students.

All the rooms in Lakeside have a shower, toilet and washbasin with shared kitchen and dining facilities. The modern kitchen and dining facilities are shared between each flat and are a focal point for life outside of lessons.

After graduated in 2006, moved back to Hong Kong and lived with my family in Tai Koo Shing.

Taikoo Shing, or Tai Koo Shing (traditional Chinese: 太古城), is a private housing estate in Kornhill, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It forms a part of the Swire Group's Island East residential and retail branding, along with TaiKoo Place, the adjacent Cityplaza retail and office complex and EAST, a lifestyle business hotel.

Moved to Heng Fa Chuen in 2007.

Heng Fa Chuen (Chinese: 杏花村) is a residential estate in the northeast of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, jointly developed by MTR Corporation and Kerry Properties. With a calm waterfront offering beautiful views of the Tathong Channel and away from congestion in other places, Heng Fa Chuen is administratively part of the Eastern District.

Moved out in 2008. lived in Wan Chai.

Wan Chai (Chinese: 灣仔) is a metropolitan area situated at the western part of the Wan Chai District on the northern shore of Hong Kong Island, in Hong Kong. Wan Chai is one of the busiest commercial areas in Hong Kong with many small and medium-sized companies.

Moved to my current apartment in 2009, living between Admiralty and Wan Chai.

Admiralty is the eastern extension of central business district of the Central on the Hong Kong Island of Hong Kong. It is located on the eastern end of the Central and Western District, bordered by Wan Chai to the east and Victoria Harbour to the north. The name of Admiralty refers to the former Admiralty Dock in the area which housed a naval dockyard. The dock was later demolished when land was reclaimed and developed northward as the HMS Tamar naval base. The Chinese name, Kam-chung (金鐘), lit. Golden Bell, refers to a golden bell once housed at the dock.

   



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