Travel Trinkets : Lego Block

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Many keychains were given by friends as souvenirs. It has filled up a box I had and this cute lego block is one of them. It’s very thoughtful of my friend to have my name carved on it 🙂


This photo is posted in response to “Travel Trinket and Memories” hosted by Leanne every Thursday on her blog NihongoJapango.

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Travel Trinkets : Shishi (Japanese Lion) Accessory

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Here’s another souvenir given by an ex-colleague whom visited Japan.

I think it’s a lion.

Update : Thanks Leanne for letting me know it’s called a shishi in Japan, used to protect houses and ward off evils 😀


This photo is posted in response to “Travel Trinket and Memories” hosted by Leanne every Thursday on her blog NihongoJapango.

Travel Trinkets : Postcards from Macau

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Postcards from Macau commemorating the places I’ve visited.
Unforgettable, the day I stepped foot on this land was a miscalculated day.
The weather was very cold, out of expectation.
Well at least we don’t have to explore under sweltering hot sun.


In response to “Travel Trinket and Memories” hosted by Leanne every Thursday on her blog NihongoJapango.

Travel Trinkets : Tsumori Chisato Tumbler from HK

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Tsumori Chisato polka dots tumbler

This tumbler came as a free gift when I bought a magazine at Hong Kong International Airport just before I bid farewell to Pearl of the Orient.

I love this fashion designer’s trademark polka dots all over, such a cute impression ❤

This post is inspired by Als in her previous participation of same challenge “Travel Trinkets & Memories Challenge – Port Clyde, Maine


In response to “Travel Trinket and Memories” hosted by Leanne every Thursday on her blog NihongoJapango.