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... to take part in an interview and give my thoughts on Chinese products in the US. As always, I was dismayed by the properness of the whole interview, or, I should say, lack thereof. I’m unsure whose brain child it was to make such an interview, but the production value was that of middle school student. Though, the free meal didn’t hurt.
It was a long time coming, but I, along with Zac, Leon, Shubham and Nathan made our way to Hong Kong. We made it ...
... from above was really interesting, I couldn't believe the number of buildings, and how tall they all are in such a small space, but there was also lots of green space too, you just can't see it from the streets. On our way we also walked by the larger protest area, and things had really wound down. While the streets were still closed off, it really was just a few tents on the street we saw, probably a few more folks on the next ...
... kept dancing with us and hugging us, I loved them! And we rode tons of rides and the classic "It's a small world" which was pretty interesting to see in a different country. ALL day I was waiting to see the princesses when finally we saw the parade...we missed it!! We were right at the end....naturally we all sprint to the front through all the people to see the whole thing! Best part of the whole day!!! The parade was so much fun!!!! We were the only ones ...
... Moment Family' who got pulled out of the crowd to open Hong Kong Disneyland - the equivalent of winning lotto in a city full of asians! It also meant we did not wait for a ride alllllllll day :) To anyone who hasn't been - disneyland is a magical place, and you get to relive your childhood - especially in the company of small children. The looks on their faces - their expressions, joy, wonder and shock are just amazing. ...
... most of the day at the airport. Eleven hours later we arrived in to Hong Kong and found our way to Stanley Bay around 6.30am NZ time 2.30am HK time and were pleased to find our good friends Ross, Sarah & Tai. Stanley Bay is a lovely seaside village on the southern side of HK island and our friends live in an apartment right in the village bedside the sea. After a few hours sleep we were up and off into ...