JerryC1023, Hong Kong
  • Country Hong Kong
  • Member since Joined 16th Jun., 2013
  • icon Seen 2 days ago

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  • icon Cantonese, English, Chinese, Japanese & German (beginner level)
  • icon Male
  • icon 23rd October
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About Chit...

Updates: There seemed to be problems for my address but it's been fixed. If you card sent between March to August hasn't been registered, I'll gladly do it for you. Please send me a message.

Hey stranger, I hope you're having a great day! You're reading the second coolest profile on Postcrossing. My profile comes in a close second because yours is just unbeatable.

My name is Chit (in Chinese it means sagacious). My dad gave me a lame English name as well - Jerry. So feel free to call me that too. I am 24 y/o guy who recently graduated from university. Now I'm stuck at my soul-sucking, life-draining 9 to 5 office job (technically I get off work at 5:30).

Growing up I was fortunate to have had the opportunities to visit some neighbouring Asian countries with my parents, which then has led to my great passion for travelling. A few years back I took a gap year and started taking solo backpacking trips from time to time. In 2018, I went on backpacking adventures in the Balkans (my first time in Europe) and India. I also did my internship in Singapore for a few months. It was an epic summer.

Besides traveling, I also love outdoor activities, especially hiking. I love how this city coexists with nature, and one thing people don't know about Hong Kong is that we have many beautiful mountains and beaches here. It's a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Things that I like: Photography (Check out my Instagram!)/ Politics/ Movies/ Video games/ Guitar/ Sports (I only do it so that I can eat an extra slice of pizza)/ Animals (Cats and dogs are better than people, don’t you think?)

Things that I hate: ALL kinds of insects/ Minions (What's so great about these tiny little yellow things?)/ MATHS (Just because I'm Asian doesn't mean I'm good at it. I barely passed Maths in school LOL.)

- What to write?
I love fully written postcards. You can write about your day and what you do, or you can tell me a false stereotype that people often get for your country/city. I genuinely enjoy reading what you have to share with me and value your message as much as the image of the postcard.

- What to send?
Keep in mind that I love and treasure every card I receive. It's always the thought that counts! I'm not a picky guy so I will be happy with whatever you choose for me. No pressure!

A few suggestions:
- Maximum Cards
- National Parks
- Domestic beers/alcohols from your country (Cheers!)
- Map Cards of your state/country
- Landscapes/ Cityscapes (Images that represent where you live)
- People
- US Travel Posters
* I'll have to admit that I'm not a fan of advertising postcards...

- A little request:
Please DO NOT put the postcard in an envelope. If you can use some beautiful stamps, it will make my day! I always send my cards with various stamps and sometimes with a special postmark on.


Finally, thanks for reading. I look forward to your cards!


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