Miffa Chan


Kung Hei Fat Choy!
February 3, 2011, 11:13 am
Filed under: China

“People born in the year of the rabbit are the luckiest among “the twelve animals.” The rabbit is a symbol for mercy, elegance, amiability and worship of beauty. People born in this year are kind, speak gently, peaceful, quiet and loving persons. They like to live easy lives. They are reserved persons, love arts and have a strong sense of justice”


Add, they love to spend money in stupid expensive things and this is me : Miffa
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Kung Hei Fat Choy! – (The Tiger)
February 13, 2010, 10:40 am
Filed under: Chan family, China, The Council
To celebrate properly The New Chinese Year we went to a Chinese restaurant called Sichuan’s hot pot to have –obviously- hot pot.
Most of the guests were from China so my sister and me had a great time talking with them in Cantonese. The hot pot was great, taking into consideration that we are in Barcelona, and we all have a great time.

In the evening we ate pumpkin cakes with our new tiger friend. Happy new year!

Thanks to our friend 9J for the translation!


Rbt – Rabbit- The Restaurant
February 17, 2009, 9:28 pm
Filed under: China, Hong Kong, Restaurants, Travel
© 9j Media Partners Ltd.

In my first outing experience in my city, just some hours after my parents did all the red tape that you need to adopt a bunny child in HK, I saw a nice sign…

Unfortunately, I was so young that I had no writing skills and my Father is such an idiot that he forgot to write down the name.

But after extensive and intensive research we founded their website * and we manage to be there several years after our first attempt.

May be I am going to disappoint my friend 9J, but they have a great corporate image for bunny lovers but quite a disappointing offer for humans. Besides their name stand for REAL BREWED TEA, and they’re from Taiwan.

* This was not an easy job, and we need to use the “search for rbt into .hk domains option”


Rbt – Rabbit- The Restaurant
February 17, 2009, 9:28 pm
Filed under: China, Hong Kong, Restaurants, Travel
© 9j Media Partners Ltd.

In my first outing experience in my city, just some hours after my parents did all the red tape that you need to adopt a bunny child in HK, I saw a nice sign…

Unfortunately, I was so young that I had no writing skills and my Father is such an idiot that he forgot to write down the name.

But after extensive and intensive research we founded their website * and we manage to be there several years after our first attempt.

May be I am going to disappoint my friend 9J, but they have a great corporate image for bunny lovers but quite a disappointing offer for humans. Besides their name stand for REAL BREWED TEA, and they’re from Taiwan.

* This was not an easy job, and we need to use the “search for rbt into .hk domains option”


In the Chinese city. Perspectives on the transmutations of an Empire
February 9, 2009, 10:16 am
Filed under: Barcelona, China


Sometimes I have received some criticism about the kind of education I am providing to my daughter Miffa.

Too many travels, too many parties, a little bit too much of excesses for a – no so little- bunny girl.

This past Sunday I decided to imitate my good friend Anita and after running 21 kilometres and 975 meters (Barcelona half marathon) we went to the CCCB. The exhibition was about the changes that have occurred through the time in China’s big cities.

Well, It was quite interesting but Miffa was sleeping most of the time arguing about the boring movies that new Chinese directors made to tribute five important cities.



In the Chinese city. Perspectives on the transmutations of an Empire
February 9, 2009, 10:16 am
Filed under: Barcelona, China


Sometimes I have received some criticism about the kind of education I am providing to my daughter Miffa.

Too many travels, too many parties, a little bit too much of excesses for a – no so little- bunny girl.

This past Sunday I decided to imitate my good friend Anita and after running 21 kilometres and 975 meters (Barcelona half marathon) we went to the CCCB. The exhibition was about the changes that have occurred through the time in China’s big cities.

Well, It was quite interesting but Miffa was sleeping most of the time arguing about the boring movies that new Chinese directors made to tribute five important cities.



Kung Hei Fat Choy – 新年快樂
January 25, 2009, 10:26 pm
Filed under: 9j Clan, Chan family, China

Happy New Year!! – Off course I speak Cantonese, so do nt ask me for the Mandarin form because I have no idea.

I was born in the year of the Monkey, my father on the Rat’s and we celebrated the Golden Pig with a nice present that “should” bring us fortune and money.

Unfortunately for me, Miffu and now Aurore, Chinese New Year is not very popular in Spain. In a big city like Barcelona there’s not an “official” celebration and even Chinese restaurant do not change their menus on this date.

Fortunately for us, we are ex-pats from Hong Kong but we have very good friends there: The 9j Clan.

They have sent us a complete set of goodies to let us feel like at home. A Mandarin orange tree (tangerine / 柑) , (our preferred Hotel and fruit that match our caps’ colours), several decoration papers with goodwill and fortune words on it, firecrackers (some special ones) and a lot of goodies that made us very happy.

But the party have just started now…