I just arrived my home in Hong Kong. I’m living in a village, not far from the border to China. On the bus home it turned pitch dark. And then the sky opened its gates, rain and thunder flooding out. Within five minutes my tiny village at the border to Hong Kong was entirely flooded. Continue reading “The raining season has begun”
Well, it’s very simple. You learn it. Just memorize it, like you used to do with your English or French vocabulary at school.
However, Chinese is a lot more challenging due to the characters. How do you look up characters in a dictionary for example? This used to be very difficult as there are many ways of ordering characters. But know there is help – technology!
Hong Kong is THE place for eating and shopping. In fact, I don’t know a second place that has more restaurants and shopping malls on such a small space. For the latter, it’s not hard to find a reason. In a tropical climate with steaming heat it’s just no fun walking through the streets. I much prefer a 20C, spotless clean shopping mall. I love Hong Kong’s nature, but not in a shopping mall. In the capitalist consumption temples I’m only longing for the newest gadgets and my Green Tea Skimmed Milk Latte. But yesterday was somewhat different…