It’s been a few months since my last post. I apologise guys! So much has happened and as a consequence has kept me from being as regular on this blog as I promised earlier in the year. The good news is that I now, more than ever, play with technology as a living! My new role is Regional Research & Development Lead for one of the world’s top insurance firms that has over 28 million customers in Asia. The bad news is that, like with any new role, it takes a few months to settle in and establish one’s self. Funnily enough, I’ve actually researched and learned about a stackload of new tech, but just haven’t had time to write about it. I hope to catch up before the year ends.
More than just simple gadget reviewing
My new role presents a new dimension and challenge to my normal “playing with gadgets”: how to use tech to positively impact our customer experiences as well as help to improve the effectiveness of our employees. Obviously, there’ll be things that I will never be able to share on this blog while I am employed here, but that’s a small price to pay for the amazing things that we have planned. I have no doubt all be revealed publicly by other media anyway.
Hong Kong Food Blog activated
On another note, many of you who follow me on Twitter or Instagram know I love photography and eating. So my wife and I have taken the plunge and started our very own Hong Kong Food Blog called Eatscape! This will be our channel for sharing all the wonderful delicious treats that we experience in Hong Kong and on our travels as a family. We hope that many will find it a great source to determine where to eat and escape to, hence the name “Eatscape” Also inspired by my many blogger friends, especially my closest foodie buddy, Brad Lau aka Ladyironchef, Singapore’s top food blogger.
We hope that you’ll join us on our Eatscape adventures as we explore food and the world. We thank God for the opportunity to live in Hong Kong and to have so much here to discover!
Thank you for all your support over the years and for also helping Eatscape get off the ground. We’re really happy with the progress we’ve seen since starting just over a month ago. Please let us know on Twitter or Facebook if there is anything in particular you’d like us to cover!