Have you ever watched a travel show about skiing and felt inspired to learn how to ski, but without exerting yourself too much? Or have you ever admired the graceful form of Olympic divers from afar, yet lacked the courage to try it yourself? Watching divers jumping off the 3-meter springboard might make you think that it's a fun and exciting activity to try.
However, when you see professional divers calmly standing at the edge of a 10-meter platform, preparing to jump, you might feel intimidated and wonder how ordinary people can do it. Often, when faced with challenging activities that seem difficult, we tend to avoid or procrastinate due to fear.
For the BBOLD "Dare" Challenge, we invited Kylie, a fearless test officer who loves water sports, yoga, free diving, and surfing, b...
Once the weather turns hot, it's almost second nature for diving enthusiasts to feel the urge to plunge into the sea and swim freely (or perhaps it's just the editor's personal inclination, haha). With the official arrival of summer in May, the sultry feeling caused by the Hong Kong weather has already set in.
This is also the time when many diving instructors commence their season, as the increase in sea water temperature makes it more conducive for beginners to experience and learn diving. If you are a girl who loves to challenge herself and is courageous enough to try new things, or a nature-loving girl who adores the ocean, June is the perfect time to explore the world of diving.
The Water Temperature and Quality for the Start of Diving Season
If you don't mind the co...