In Hong Kong you can feel as though you are stepping into the future whilst simultaneously catching glimpses of the past.
Grey skyscrapers, small temples, bustling markets, banks, shiny malls, green parks, noodle soup, KFC… The contrasts are constant, a product of the city’s history and its present.
Continue reading “A Tale of Two Cities (in One)”
Within 10 minutes of stepping out into Hong Kong’s oppressive summer air, we were drenched with sweat. We hadn’t gone far from our apartment in Mong Kok, and already we were daydreaming about the blissful cool of the air conditioning that we had taken for granted that morning.
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