The Love Of Hong Kong (Part II)
4) The worst of the worst of South East Asian bimbos landed in HK parading around to catch a western man. Literally prostitution in open, these women go out alone, sit alone and wait to be approached or they throw themselves openly. It’s all about alcohol and cheap women throwing themselves with no shame, respect or any dignity whatsoever.
It is very sad that there are so many unfortunates around the world. Prostitution is one of the world’s oldest businesses. Red light districts are all around the “developed” cities. Sydney, Hong Kong, Amsterdam, Las Vegas and the likes.
5) Its busy, crowded, it stinks. The tube stations are the stuffiest places.
Hong Kong has one of the world’s top transportation system. The MTR of Hong Kong is regarded as one of the world's leading railways for safety, reliability, customer service and cost efficiency. Its network comprises ten railway lines serving Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories. In addition, a Light Rail network serves the local communities of Tuen Mun and Yuen Long in the New Territories while a fleet of buses provide convenient feeder services. Unlike many other modes of public transport in other cities, the operational reliability of the Hong Kong MTR trains is unaffected by traffic conditions, so passengers could always get to their destinations on time, barring severe weather conditions and also their trains run about 19 hours a day, 7 days a week, from early morning (5:30 am - 6:00 am) to 1:00 am the next morning. The stations are clean and have never been any health related problems since it’s first operation.
6) I know I sound cynical, disappointed but stay where you are. It’s just not worth the extra money or even the “world experience” bs. So many better and nicer places.
Not only is Hong Kong one of the safest cities in the world, its populations life expectancy now is around 85 for women and about 79 for men. I strongly suggest Ms. Mallin to stick around for a while in Hong Kong and discover its finest attractions. There are wine & dine, entertainment, business and work opportunities, (Hong Kong’s unemployment rate is below 2 %) While Hong Kong has a world famous deep sea harbor, a much down to earth facility for the people of Hong Kong is that it has one of the most enjoyable and scenic hiking trails network for the old and young. Come join the thousands of members with the InterNations network of expats to explore Hong Kong. By the ways, there are more than 3 million likes to the Hong Kong Official Network. Protected content .