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April 15th 2016
From high skyscrapers to low houses on stilts We have now finished the second and final blog entry from our vacation in March, in which we have collected photos from Hong Kong. We arrived in Hong Kong early in the morning and took a taxi from the airport to Kowloon and the hotel where we had decided to stay our first night. This particular hotel was located on the top floo ... read more
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Chinese/Hong Kong Flag Occupied by the UK in 1841, Hong Kong was formally ceded by China the following year; various adjacent lands were added later in the 19th century. Pursuant to an agreement signed by China and the UK on 19 December 1984, Hong Kong became the Hong Kong... ... read more
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17th July 2016

What a light show!
I love light shows, but I've never seen anything as amazing as your video--great how the lights reflected off the clock tower, too! So interesting about the Michelin restaurants--thanks for doing that research, so I don't have to (as if I could)! And I guess Ake on the exercise bars tells you how short everyone else must be--pretty funny--clearly, he can see over the crowds!
17th July 2016

See over people
I am not taller than the tallest Chinese. However, few Chinese have ever seen anyone taller than me. So when I am in China people tend to stare at me and people sometimes want to take photos of me. I once walked a small backstreet in Beijing with a Chinese women. She noticed all the staring (which I don't anymore) and felt uncomfortable. She thought they were staring at her. Oh, poor thing. She was walking next to a close to two meters tall European. Those who stared weren't even aware of that she was there. /Ake

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