5th Pandemic Wave

The 5th pandemic wave had officially arrived in HK according to the government officials and their consulting experts. Around 30 or so COVID cases were reported daily in the past few days. The government rolled out one of the strictest pandemic measures on Friday and banned all eateries dine-in after 6pm.

The latest pandemic measure didn’t really affect me personally (yet) as I already dined out much less after the government made its ubiquitous tracing app mandatory across all restaurants a few weeks ago. Besides, I had a few meetups with friends during the Christmas and New Year holidays, the stored up social energy should last for a couple of weeks and hopefully the new pandemic wave would be more or less contained by then.

With less time spent on social activities and reading up news, I turned my focus on studio work. Began designing and writing the CNY fai chuns early this year. While I was at it, I started prototyping some paper products I have been dreaming up for years. Should have the designs ready to discuss with a paper-making friend soon. Also plan to update my 3 outdated websites and do some cleanups before CNY. It looks like I should have a healthy amount of work to keep myself busy while riding off this 5th pandemic wave for the rest of January!

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