Hi! Armie here. I am a creative soul, always on the go.
I majored in Humanities and Creative Writing, then Advertising and Communication for master degree. My teachers and fellas had so much expectation of me becoming a successful writer, but I guess I am too outgoing to writing in a dark corner of a room, and advertising might not be the perfect job for me. To me, life is all about bringing and sharing inspirations.
I lived in Berlin with my (ex)girlfriend and my old cat. There I realized walking tour is best thing for me to do, where I can put together all my character and talents. So I created the first Chinese walking tour in Berlin.
Now I’m back home guiding tours almost everyday. It is good to be home sharing stories with people from all over the world.
Knowledgeable, personable, enthusiastic, and funny are what I get the most from people who joined my tour. Many have guessed that I am (or suggested me to be) a stand up comedian… Hmmmm, I am a lyricist, a rapper, and an actor. I have gigs and shows. Still, I love to crack you up on my tour and bring our destination to life.
The next one will be my original show No Coming Back at Adelaide Fringe 2020. Catch me in Australia or here in Hong Kong!
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"An incredible tour by Armie"Reviewed 19 October 2019
Instead of seeing the things you might already have seen online, Armie takes you to different places. Always focusing on the enormous differences between the financial wealth of some compared to the resulting suffering of many Hong Kong people. Especially rents are a huge topic on the tour. Don't expect to only see the beautiful places there, but get a wider picture of the city.
"Uncensored and that little bit more."Reviewed 15 April 2019
Fabulous! The best thing we did in Hong Kong by far! Armie was an amazing guide, enthusiastic, informative and engaging, we loved hearing his epic personal stories! This tour gave us such an insight into the political and cultural history of Hong Kong and the current challenges it faces. Thank you, Armie, for an insightful and thought provoking perspective. Even my children 9 and 11 years old were captivated! We wish you much success!