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The Meraki Guide is a food, lifestyle and travel blog by Shirley Wang, an Oxford graduate currently based in Hong Kong.

Visual designs I've been loving

I know it's been a while since I last posted but I've been busy with various projects in the past few months and I promise I'll be posting more in the coming weeks. I've got a lot of good content saved up, so bear with me! 

In the mean time, here is a selection of designs that have been inspiring me lately. 

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Fall and Winter Outfit Inspiration

Fall is my favourite time of year in Hong Kong. The cooler temperatures and refreshing autumnal breezes are a welcome break from the sweltering heat and suffocating humidity of the former months.  Read on for the fall trends I've been loving and inspired by lately. 

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Love Letter to New York

 My New York photo diary, travel tips and love letter to the city. A mere seven days spent here was all it took for me to decide I need to move there someday. 

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5 New Cafes to Try this Spring

Here are 5 new cafes you should try in Hong Kong this spring. 

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Pici

Pici is a newly opened Italian pasta bar in Wanchai. Casual and convivial, the charming little restaurant specialises in serving simple, comforting pasta, which they hand-make daily. 

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Spring in my Step

The first post of my outfit of the day series. On this occasion, I beckon spring with an off-the-shoulder top, denim and my current favourite APC bag. 

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Honbo

My review of newly opened burger restaurant Honbo's scallop and soft-shell crab burgers. 

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Yakiniku Great

Barbecue restaurants in Hong Kong are aplenty, but few boast a reputation as stellar as Yakiniku Great. If you're a fan of wagyu beef, this is a place you definitely must visit. 

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Seoul Travel Diary

Follow me as I take a stroll down the memory lane and revisit my Seoul trip last September. Featuring the stunning boutique hotel Park Hyatt Seoul, strolling around Bukchon Hanok Village in traditional hanboks and mouthwatering Korean food. 

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