Last week, we saw the importance of the ‘qi’ energy in Taichi. This life-force actually plays a much more important role than only in martial arts or health, and is taken into account in every day situation as well. In fact, Taichi uses the principles of Feng shui (pronounced ‘fung shway‘ and meaning ‘wind-water’) that studies the balance between humans and the universe. This balance is achieved through the measure — to say it in maybe too technical terms — between yin and yang (referred to in this post). Continue reading
If I hadn’t gone to Hong Kong I wouldn’t have seen daredevils jump from Macau Tower – the highest bungy jump in the world at 233 metres.
Macau, an hour ferry ride away from Hong Kong, is good for eating locally made sweets, gambling and challenging oneself with different activities high above the mix of old Portuguese buildings and modern Chinese skyscrapers. Continue reading
… you need to go to Central MTR Station. From there you take the green line to the second last stop. There you get off at terminal 2 and continue your journey with an airplane to Singapore. When arriving at the airport you go through passport control and find a bus or train that will take you to Marina Bay. Get up at Marina Bay Sands and you will soon enjoy the Infinity Pool – a pool that quite literally is above any other swimming experience. Continue reading