The country has been facing a rise in the number of underweight and overweight Filipinos for more than 20 years. The World Health Organization (WHO) defined this phenomenon as the “Double Burden of Malnutrition” or the “prevalence of both undernutrition and overweight in the same community, nation, or region.”
Here are my top suggested activities when traveling to Hong Kong with toddlers.
Our little family of 3 recently took a trip to Hong Kong. It was a very much anticipated trip because it was our first time to travel out of the country by ourselves – just me, Brian and Owen. To make things “easier” and more enjoyable for all of us, I planned out our itinerary in such a way that there would be rest times so our little toddler can sleep or take a break. Considering how busy and lively the city is, here are my top 5 things to do in Hong Kong with toddlers.
More Japanese restaurants are opening in the south and Tori Ichi Yakitori and Bar is a must try!
My husband and I love Japanese food. Whenever we would have a chance to eat out, it’s almost always in a Japanese restaurant. So when we discovered that there’s a new Japanese place in Festival Mall called Tori Ichi Yakitori and Bar, we were more than thrilled to check it out (beside the fact that it was Brian’s birthday).
Tori Ichi Yakitori and Bar is located at the ground floor of Festival Mall’s newest wing. The restaurant has a modern yet cozy vibe which I really like. I was already expecting that their menu would be limited to rice meals and grilled meat and veggies but to my surprise, they also have sashimi, sushi, maki, ramen and noodles.