“My wife is a banker and I’m in interior design. At the time we met, my wife was in sales and I needed a mortgage loan. We had a meeting at my office and she gave me her name card. I started calling her and we talked a lot. We went on a few dates… and that’s the story!"
“When I first came to Hong Kong it was 1967. I was on a ship on my way to London and then I didn’t come back until 2001. So that was 34 years later, and I was astonished. Because when I was here in ‘67 on my way to London, I could have sworn they couldn’t build up another building. And when I came in 2001, I thought, they’ve put up 10 times, 20 times more buildings, and in the 12 years since then, even more."
“I work at the City’super over there, in the food court, the pasta section. I’m a cook."
“I’ve been doing this for more than 10 years now.”
“What do you recommend?”
“Pork muscle is usually used in soup, pork fillet is the softest part. Chinese people love pork liver.”
“How’s the company that you’re at right now?”
“Everything is great, we’re growing. We’ve doubled the workforce and opened three new offices.”
“What’s the best part of working at the start-up right now?”
“I’m pretty much my own boss.”
“What about the worst part?”
“That I’m my own boss. I just wish sometimes I could ask someone ‘How do you do this?’.”