Whilst I’m sure Christmas is the festivity on everyone’s mind, this event took the opportunity to explore North Eastern and Scottish ways of celebrating the dead before the advent of modern Halloween.
If you ever find yourself thinking about what to do for your next holiday, let me persuade you to come to Hong Kong.
We chat with Marie, Gabriel, Dominic and Sophie about John’s welfare.
Most of you reading this blog will have never been really hungry. It’s one thing to go all day without eating and be ‘starving’ at dinner, but it’s another thing to eat one basic meal every day or two, for a period of months.
Halloween films are best when they are cult classics; it’s a day meant for suspending your belief in reality, with cartoonish colour palettes and ridiculous CGI taking the screen without the risk of being critiqued too seriously.
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