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Guest Interview with Bluebalu Living in Hong Kong

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I have lived in Hong Kong for almost 5 years and have met many fun and interesting individuals from all over the world. However, it was not until I started up Bam's Kitchen did I meet so many beautiful people with like interests.

Hong Kong is a huge and lively metropolis with over 8 million inhabitants. You have to be pulled together by either school, work or activity to get to know one another. However, now, we also have the world of social media and it brings people closer with alike interests.

One day, some time ago, I was searching the internet for a fun family hike when I stumbled upon Bluebalu Living in Hong Kong blog. Bluebalu Living in Hong Kong is all about living and working in Hong Kong, traveling in and around Asia and of course "the food". Ruth also hosts interviews with other foodies and bloggers from around the world.

Today, Bam's Kitchen, was delighted to participate in a guest interview with Ruth from Bluebalu Living in Hong Kong. You can find out all about the interview and details here...

Bluebalu is a great resource for hiking and fun things to do in Hong Kong and holiday trips around Asia. The photo above is a picture was taken during a hike in the Pok Fu Lam Country Parks overlooking the reservoirs. Hong Kong is more than just a huge cement jungle and there is so much to see and do. Get Hong Kong on your travel itinerary. Hong Kong is a huge foodie destination and there is lots of activities to help you burn off those extra calories. Please be sure to give Bluebalu Living in Hong Kong a visit and be inspired.

I have been busy cooking away in Bam's Kitchen. Please stay tuned as I will be sharing a fun trip to the wet markets and the Chi Lin Nunnery with some fresh vegan dishes coming your way soon. Here is a sneak preview of one of the coming attractions...

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Guest Interview with Bluebalu Living in Hong Kong

By HWC Magazine

May 5, 2014

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  • Joanna

    3years, that’s it? Seems like longer than that…yet not so long at the same time. Time flies when you’re having fun! The picture above looks really good! Can’t wait to find out what it is and see if it’s something I can make! 🙂 xo

  • shashi @ http://runninsrilankan.com

    Awesome interview – I had no idea you had been blogging for only 3 years! What an interesting way to make your kids try international foods! Looking forward to the recipe for the above picture.

  • The photo of the mountain area you posted looks like a beautiful place to hike!

  • Its already been 3 years? Wow, time flies when you are having fun. It is fun to follow your blog and your cooking BAM. That is a nice interview by the way. Have a good week! 🙂

  • kitchenriffs

    Loved the interview! Really nice. And thanks for the mention. 😉

  • Great interview! I’ve been blogging for three years too! I still have so much to learn!

  • ohlidia

    Lovely interview Bam, and what a great idea. Can’t wait to see what those little pancakes are all about. Looks delish!

  • Great interview! It is always nice to be recognized!

  • Delightful interview, looking forward to many more of your recipes.

  • LOVED the interview. I need to try your technique of getting kids to eat new foods on my hubby 😉

  • Eha

    Loved the interview and am looking forwards to all your planned posts! Exciting!! Since Hong Kong once upon a time was almost ‘home away from home’ for me, have also signed up to read what promise to be some exciting posts at ‘Bluebalu’ 🙂 !

  • Thanks for sharing something more about you Bam! I’ll stay tuned, of course!

  • Robyn

    That park is so beautiful, Bobbi, and I just want to strap on a backpack and explore! Really enjoyed your interview!

  • The vegetation in the park looks almost tropical, so beautiful. Great interview, looks like she has a wonderful blog.

  • That’s a great website and such an interesting interview! I love your “there’s always rice” mantra. : ) It’s been really nice seeing your food and getting your perspective of living/cooking in HK. Keep up the great work!

  • What a wonderful interview, I love the descriptions of Hong Kong 😀
    And that photo looks so addictive!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  • Hong Kong sounds wonderful! can’t wait to see what this dish is that you showed us!

  • Buongiorno, BAM! What a great interview and how nice that you were chosen, in the first place. Thanks for letting us all learn a bit more about you.

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thanks John. Hey I am so excited about your trip to Italy maybe even more than you are. Have a lovely visit with your family! Take Care, BAM

  • Lucky you to have been able to experience HK’s wealth of nature, cuisine and culture. Lookin’ forward to your vegan dishes!

    Julie
    Gourmet Getaways

  • Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    What a great interview and doesn’t it feel good to connect with like minded people. I’ve been to Hong Kong a few times but only ever got out of the towering buildings once. It was beautiful.

  • Safie

    Looks amazing,I guess it tastes amazing also. I can smell it from the picture.

  • What a beautiful picture! Looks like a great place to live.

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