Author: Ceris Wong

Born in Toronto and raised in Hong Kong, Ceris is a dedicated storyteller and social impact writer with a focus on social inclusion, mental wellbeing, and sustainability. A legal professional by day and a yoga instructor by night, she believes in the authenticity of words and the power of the mind and soul to connect through a mindful and sustainable lifestyle. As the ultimate face and mind behind the drool- worthy foodie account @eatwickedly, you can surely find her hopping around different cafes or teaching yoga in the city when she’s not writing. Learn more about her journey at @ceriswong.

A new year always brings with it some new hopes for what’s to come. If 2022 was all about finding stability and personal growth as the chaos from the pandemic persisted, the quest to seeking more inner clarity and a stronger connection with our body, mind, and soul will only gain further momentum in 2023. All aspects of “personal wellness” and “good” health have had a massive shake-up over the past few years – from what we eat to where we exercise – but if there is one lesson to be learned, it is the importance of taking good care…

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Avocado can safely be called as one of the most popular superfoods in this century. Nutritiously packed with Vitamin E and Omega 3, it’s anti-oxidising effects have been widely acclaimed by dietitians and nutrition coaches alike. Highly versatile to fit into your diet through almost every meal, look no further than this ultimate avocado toast guide to help you navigate through all the best avocado toasts we have tried in the city. A great loaf of sourdough bread is hard to bake but if you enjoy avocado toasts, it’s time to visit these places. Simple as that! Fineprint — Multiple…

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Celebrated worldwide, 21 June marks the International Day of Yoga in which yogis from all around the world gather to celebrate the universal appeal of yoga. Recognised by the United Nations as one of the best alternatives for individuals to seek an inner balance of their mind, body, and soul, this year’s theme “Yoga for Humanity” echoes strongly with how values of mindfulness, moderation and discipline, when embraced by communities and societies, would offer a path for sustainable living and world harmony. Yoga in Hong Kong has blossomed through the years. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or a newbie…

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