Sunday, November 11, 2018 Cecilie Gamst Berg Blog 9
mallorca Cecilie filming main photo home | /
Shooting a
Friday, November 09, 2018 Cecilie Gamst Berg Blog 67

Feliz, doggie, cigar home | /

Sea view or mountain view? How about BOTH! With your dog! 


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 Cecilie Gamst Berg Blog 67

Mallorca-Palma-de-Mallorca-harbour-sunrise-orange-and-blue-skies home | /

Who the hell came up with Daylight Saving Timeor Summer Time

Friday, October 26, 2018 Cecilie Gamst Berg Blog 11

Mallorca, Formentor, Ellen, selfie  home | /

Ah, tourists! Don't you love them? I mean, us? I've come to the sad conclusion that unless I live

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 Blog 92

Mallorca, El Terreno, Corona, Ellen home | /

My relentless quest to eat my way through every restaurant in El Terreno continues, but I'm warning

Friday, October 19, 2018 Blog 409

China-louises-hand-teacup-yam-cha- home | /

Having lived out of Hong Kong for eight months, I still notice Chinese people in

Friday, October 12, 2018 Blog 302

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Everyone who has met me knows that when it comes to cooking, I'm doctor Jekyll and Mister

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Blog 356

Mallorca-Art-Society-Lalique-small home | /

One shouldn't joke, ever, it seems. As we drove towards Calvia last night to see

Tuesday, October 09, 2018 Blog 65

The legendary Izzy Newman singing in El

Tuesday, October 02, 2018 Blog 195

IMG_3295 home | /

Last time I was at Mallorca's airport whose name I can't remember now, I saw this, what my late aunt Bette

Cecilie has worked as a feature- and column writer and photographer at the South China Morning Post, as a Cantonese radio presenter at Radio Television Hong Kong as well as making hundreds of podcasts and language videos and travel documentaries.

After 30 years in China/Hong Kong where she ran Happy Jellyfish People’s Democratic Language Bureau specialising in making Cantonese a world language with the slogan “Learn Cantonese the Natural Way – from a Norwegian!” Cecilie’s life mission as a “Cantonese Fundamentalist” was to make the whole world speak Cantonese. Failing somewhat in this endeavour she eventually felt the pull of her European roots, and packed up her beloved “gaff” on Lantau Island, scene of hundreds of Sichuan lunches and dinners, in January 2018.

She now lives in Palma de Mallorca with her two dogs, enjoying fresh air and architectural beauty.