SUE CHANG’s pro­file on YouTube says sim­ply that she’s a Hong Kong-based Korean-Chi­nese girl, but the sea­soned YouTu­ber is much more than that. With more than 150,000 sub­scribers and count­ing, Chang and her hus­band show off their trav­els around the world,

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What’s the quick­est way to get cam­era ready?

Hang the cam­era around your neck when­ever you go out.

Do you re­mem­ber your first post? Can you de­scribe it?

I started us­ing In­sta­gram seven years ago to flirt with my hus­band, who was still my boyfriend at the time, as we were in a long-dis­tance re­la­tion­ship. My first post was “Photo of the memo my hus­band wrote me”.

Who in­flu­ences you?


What are your five travel beauty es­sen­tials?

Lip balm, mois­turiser spray, aloe vera gel, sun­screen, hand cream.

What’s the most In­sta­grammable place in Hong Kong?

My home be­cause I am a home­body who is otaku.

De­scribe your­self in one song.

Que Sera, Sera.

De­scribe your­self in one movie.

La La Land.

What’s your guilty plea­sure?

Tak­ing too many self­ies.

What’s on your bucket list?

Get the best sum­mer body.

What would be your dream Hong Kong week­end? What would your itin­er­ary be?

Have brunch at Oo­laa in She­ung Wan. Wan­der around and trea­sure hunt in sec­ond-hand and thrift stores.

Have beef brisket noo­dles at Man Yuen Noo­dles in Cen­tral. Take a walk to the Peak and watch the sun set.

Where is your favourite place in the world and what are your tips to do there?

Sip­ping cof­fee and catch­ing the sun­set in a cafe in Oia, San­torini.

The best ad­vice any­one ever gave you?

No mat­ter how your life was as it be­gan, there is al­ways a chance to make it bet­ter or worse. Noth­ing is cer­tain, but ev­ery­one gets a chance. Fight for it.

What kind of per­son do you want your child to grow up to be?

In­stead of be­ing fear­ful of fail­ure, I hope she is coura­geous enough to try what she wants to do.

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