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... residents live in these tower blocks and they are tiny inside....around 300 square feet. She said that because their living space is so restricted they do everything outside. They go out to eat, family gatherings are held outside and so on. There are just over seven million people living in Hong Kong and this is in an area which is much much smaller than the city of London. I think our guide said that in the main inner city concrete jungle areas ...
... overly high expectations (not helped by the HK Government’s “Hong Kong: Asia’s World City” campaign). Most of its growth occurred between the 1950s and 1990s, resulting in little history by Asian standards (even the famous Buddha statue was built in the 1990s). The downtown region is grey – ugly apartment blocks and expressways abound. The parks aren’t in the heart of ...
... or to expand their horizons by staying in resorts and talking to locals in English.
Another point, which just applies to China: The U.S., not just economically, but culturally as well, is the center of attention.
You can not go a day without seeing an American flag on some piece of clothing. "Well, John, that's because the U.S. is culturally imperialistic." Yes, because we invaded China throwing clothes at them, forcing them to put pants on ...
... land an hour after me. So I decided to check that mine hadn't come through (which it hadn't) before heading back to his belt to wait for him. I guess the benefit of flying with posh airlines over cheap ones is that the posh intercontinental flights have their luggage on the belt before the passengers come through, whilst I had to hang around for what seemed like hours waiting for mine to come through. After checking my belt, I came back to the other one to find a lost looking ...
... The Star Ferry is an iconic form of transportation here in HK. They ply the waters between Kowloon and HK Island, offering amazing views of the skylines. Unfortunately, we were given a hazy, overcast day so the views were not so impressive. We arrived at the Central terminal on HK island about 10 minutes after leaving Kowloon. The fare was 2 HK dollars, or 26 cents.
After leaving the terminal we started walking toward today's destination, the ...