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I love to dance, travel and, meanwhile, meet great people :)
Can maybe host in Richmond BC May 15-June 15th
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I am somebody to say I learn something new and exciting everyday.
As of 2015, I have been a Cantonese-speaking volunteer helping Vancouver's Chinatown seniors. Besides my parents and me, my sister and my extended family live in my hometown, Hong Kong -- a city within the Pearl River Delta.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Only good experiences so far.
2010 summer: I went to NYC and stayed with my late host Don in the Bronx. It was a life-changing and invigorating experience! I miss you Don. He has passed on now.
2011 summer: Then I stayed with Seraphin in Portland. That was the one funnn cf house :)
2011: Portland and Seattle
2012: Hosted my first surfer Pierre :)
many great hosts since then!!!
Music, Movies, and Books
I love watching singing competitions that feature established Chinese singers as contestants lol!
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Spending one day at Voice For the Voiceless Camp by the Xwisten River was very inspirational. I was fortunate to visit and speak with Christine Jack and her family about the importance of the camp as a site of both resistance against harmful logging practices and also a site of healing through land reoccupation. Witnessing the water stewardship of the St'at'imc people, I thank the few people of St'at'imc ancestry I had met, for allowing me to be on their territory.
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach - Canadian history, Chinese identity theories, Cantonese, Hong Kong history, campy vampy dancing
Learn - EVERYTHING. student of life!
Share - secrets, stories, house chores, groceries, memories
What I Can Share with Hosts
The people’s history— mostly Cantonese-speaking peoples. I can share about my experience in Vancouver and in Hong Kong.
Im pansexual, queer, gay.. all the labels haha
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