Nothing much seems to have changed. Granted I arrived at night and it’s raining so I can’t see much but the Airport Express works as well as I remembered. The shuttles to the hotel just as dingy :p
All in all, it’s good to be back in Hong Kong. It’s one of those cities I actually really like and given the chance I honestly wouldn’t mind working and living here for a couple of years.
No one really knows what the future holds so you never know. As I grow older that’s something I realise is more true than ever. 10 years ago, if you asked the 20something Carlene, the last thing she reckon she would be doing at 36 is starting from scratch with a start up. Yet as the world would have it, that’s exactly what I’m doing 🙂
The last time I was in HK was when I was a civil servant with airport transfer arranged. This time, like the time when I was with my first start up, it’s the Airport Express and the Shuttle to the 3star hotel. Ah … the life of start ups, daunting yet exciting. It’s not for everyone but I know now it’s been way easier to wake up every morning. In fact, I feel a distinct bounce 🙂 I may be a little nervous about going to China but that fueled by a vision to change how animators may one day work, is pretty much what 36 year old Carlene didn’t plan for and is so grateful to be doing 🙂