It all started during my middle school/junior high years (grade 7 and 8), where I was introduced to wargames and Avalon Hill board games some 25 years ago, and have never looked back since.
My first wargame is War at Sea, which I have loved still. After the wonderful experience, I then purchase (stupidly) Cresendo of Doom, not really reading the warning at the back of the box to know that it is an expansion and cannot be played without Squard Leader and Cross of Iron. I then saved up my pocket money and purchase those two games in a month's time. Panzerblitz is my next purchase and then the list goes on.
Over the years, I have journeyed into computer wargaming, then role playing games and then back to strategy boardgaming, miniature wargaming and my last visit is German boardgaming.
I play all kinds of games: miniatures wargames, board wargames, german board games, card games and abstract games, but my main love is still board wargames.
Being raised and educated in Hong Kong has led my interest to Far Eastern history, especially Chinese history. I also have an interest in Japanese wargames and Anime related Japanese wargames.
Here is a webpage that I setup to talk about Japanese produced wargames:http://wargeneral.tripod.com/