A lot has happened this year. To the now me, 2017 is so five years ago.
January & February
Kenya- Went on a decent, British colonial style safari which was not quite
Uganda- Found and got up close and personal with a band of wild Mountain Gorillas up to 400+ lbs. and they literally grabbed my leg.
Uganda- Face to face with the biggest shoebill I’ve seen.
Uganda- Spent a fortune in World’s no. 3 poorest country – paid directly to local people for the products they made barehand.
Kenya- Took care of orphaned rhinos, elephants, lions and cheetahs. Gave each of them a sweet hug.
Not an accomplishment but a heart-breaking moment that lest we forget.
Hong Kong- My Tesla turned 1 year old. I helped save the environment by not burning 2,500 liters of fuel in a year. Zero-emission, no noise, no heat, too.
Hong Kong- New milestone for wildlife education where Jurassic Garage started getting more invites from local Chinese schools. While we have been being invited to international schools every month for the last decade, local
I have proudly become a character in a new book by Marianne Andersen.
Been putting a bunch of critters on Coco Chiang (蔣怡)’s naked body for a maternity shoot to promote appreciation of cold-blooded animals. Her baby was born merely a few hours after the shoot.
August & September
Madagascar- 183 wild chameleon findings.
Madagascar- Got robbed by AK-47ers during a road trip.
Madagascar- Ultimate herpetological goal achieved- Finding wild Ploughshare tortoises!!! There’s an “S” after the word tortoise.
Madagascar- Free climbed a big fat baobab barefoot.
Madagascar- Spent a fortune in the World’s ninth poorest country – paid directly to local people for the products they made barehand.
Indian Ocean- The oldest animal I’ve ever met. 200+ years old Giant Tortoises.
Hong Kong- My first wildlife themed restaurant launched in Central. I named it Animojo. Not only a first for me, but it’s also a brand new concept to the market combining the promotion of conservation and moral dining experience together. After months of antenatal care, my first baby was born at the