“Finding the earth in Hong Kong” by Psychologist Mimi

Serene temples big and small between the bustle: sounds like serene chaos with offerings

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Stereotypes of cities abound. For many, there is the incorrect perception that New Yorkers are universally rude and unhelpful. But it just isn’t so. Don’t take my admittedly biased word for it. There are studies out there showing New Yorkers are extremely helpful. We are just rushed. We will help but we need you to tell us succintly what you need.

Stereotypes abound.

I went to Hong Kong without having thought much about it as I worked like a dog months beforehand.  I had no real time to plan. Which worked out just fine as Kong Kong is very easy to navigate. Because I am a science fiction fan, I did have some preconceived notions of what Hong Kong would be like. I imagined skyscrapers everywhere. I was right. I imagined an abundance of good food. I was right. I imagined hectic city streets. I was right. In certain respects.

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