Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Interview: The Hong Kong Connection

The next stop on my blog tour is over on my friend Susan Blumberg-Kason's blog. She asked some great questions, especially about my family connections to Hong Kong. Susan herself lived here for quite a few years. She has had many of the same experiences and we've connected over our mutual love for HK. Here are some of the questions to give a taste of what the interview is like:

1.      find it fascinating that your grandparents lived in Hong Kong in the 1950s and 1960s, your father was born there, and you ended up there not entirely by your own doing. Given your family’s background, had you ever thought about a future in Asia, or in Hong Kong to be specific?

2.      When you decided to move to Hong Kong, do you think your parents were more understanding than the average American mother and father because your father’s family had a long history in Asia? Did your mother and father have different reactions to your decision? 

1.      Who are your favorite authors? 

2.       What books are in your Kindle waiting to be read?

Go to Susan's blog to see my answers!

If you're just tuning in, this is the blog tour for my $0.99 e-book about the 2008 Olympics called The Olympics Beat: A Spectator's Memoir of Beijing. It's available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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