After accompanying her friend to a few photo shoots, Hailey gets drawn into the world of fashion and art photography where she meets some of the colorful characters in Hong Kong's flourishing art scene. They play the parts of woodland fairies, temple priestesses, librarians, Norse princesses, cowboys, medieval knights and wizards – mostly in the confines of photography studios. But there are also expeditions to a small fishing village, an island beach, luxury 5-star hotels and a Chinese military base. Hailey and Livia are offered a job in Paris where they meet a new cast of photographers, models and hangers-on. A month in France takes them to new settings, including ancient roman temples, expansive parks, the jungles of Africa and the streets of Montmartre. In between working in studios and on the streets of Paris, they have some leisure time to get lost and found in the City of Light.
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Hailey McPherson lived as a quiet Midwestern girl for most of her life in Minnesota, USA. Then in 2011 she moved to Hong Kong and began her adventure as a professional dancer, singer and part-time actress while adapting to the extraordinary and exotic Chinese culture. Along the way she started writing “Hailey’s Hong Kong Diary” in early 2011 and published the bestselling “Hailey’s Bali Diary” after a short vacation to the tropical paradise during the rainy season in 2013. “Nudist Cruise” was written after an unexpected cruise from Shanghai to Bangkok, with stops in China and Vietnam – all on a giant cruise ship full of vacationing nudists. “Weekends in China” details her first three years in Hong Kong adapting to an ancient culture and unfamiliar customs. “Living with Livia” is the brutally honest account of losing one family and gaining another.
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