In Australia it is common to find local property developers spruiking their latest high-rise apartment development to investors with Asian backgrounds – just look at Melbourne’s annual Chinese New Year festival. However on my recent trip to Hong Kong I still couldn’t escape them, as I browsed the internet from my hotel room. Off to […]
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It is 5pm on a Friday afternoon, you are standing around at the railway station waiting to head home, but there hasn’t been a train for ten minutes. If you haven’t got your smartphone out to find out what the issue is, then you’ll be listening out for the platform staff making announcements over the public address system. So how do they get kept in the loop?
Over the past few months this blog has been a mix of different topics – with one big scoop of photo essays from Hong Kong, and the rest being whatever topics take my fancy. I’ve decided to split off the Hong Kong related content into a new blog, titled: Checkerboard Hill (An Aussie’s view of Hong Kong) You can find the […]