How would Hong Kong citizens identify themselves?

China flag, Hong Kong SAR flag, British flag, Victoria Harbor

Complicated identity issue for Hong Kong citizens As a former British colony and Special Administrative Region of China, Hong Kong citizens’ identity is a complicated and sensitive issue.   A lot of Western travelers are interested in How Hong Kong citizens would identify themselves. Made in Hong Kong Chinese, Frank the tour guide, is going…

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Compare the past and the present Hong Kong Peak Tram

Differences between the past and present Hong Kong Peak Tram

Differences between the past and present Hong Kong Peak Tram Hong Kong’s Peak Tram was built in 1888. Today taking Peak Tram ride is still the must-do-thing for the travelers. Frank the tour guide is going to show travelers the 6 differences between the past and the present Hong Kong funicular railway.     Actually…

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Where can travelers find the toilets in Hong Kong?

Washroom sign in Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium

Where should travelers go when they want a toilet in Hong Kong? Toilet is important for everyone. Finding toilet often is the pain point for travelers.   As travelers are unfamiliar with Hong Kong, it may be difficult for travelers to find the toilets, especially when travelers TIY, tour Hong Kong yourselves. Made in Hong…

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A colorful new transitional housing block shows Western travelers Chinese idiom and Hong Kong proverb 

Colorful Transitional housing built by containers for poor households in Kowloon

Transitional housing apartments’ limited supply shows Western travelers Chinese idiom and Hong Kong old saying There is a short, new and colorful transitional housing block at Shek Kip Mei in Kowloon.   It is not far away from the Kowloon Road, which Frank just introduced in his blog. There are 89 apartments for the poor…

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How many colorful signboards are there in Hong Kong?

LED billboards near Temple Street Night Market

Even Hong Kong Government can just gives you an approximate number of signboards The colorful signboards are the icon for Hong Kong’s famous night view. Travelers take a lot of photos for them and wonder the actual number of signboard in Hong Kong, However even Hong Kong Government can only gives people the approximate number…

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Pros and cons for Hong Kong’s weather in July and Frank’s solution for travelers

Sunny weather of July in Hong Kong

July hot weather’s pros and cons for travelers and Frank’s private car tour solution  July is the beginning of the summer holiday. For Frank’s city Hong Kong SAR, July is the month with hottest weather and longest average sunshine duration.   July’s average temperature is about 29°C (i.e. 84.2℉)! July’s average sunshine duration is about 212 hours!…

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Frank the tour guide waits for your flight’s beautiful contrail at Hong Kong

cloud, contrail, two buildings

Frank sees aeroplane’s contrail and misses all travelers during Covid-19 outbreak Hong Kong tourism reaches the low ebb after the year long Minneapolis-style riot. It comes to a complete standstill after the world wide Covid-19 outbreak. Flights go back and forth Hong Kong International Airport reduce to the minimum. Frank the tour guide suddenly sees…

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Who win? Who lose? What if 3 million BNO passport holders really migrate to England?

BNO passport

A Win Win Win situation for England, China and Hong Kong SAR if 3 million BNO passport holders migrate to the UK Recently British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced something very important to about 3 million citizens in Hong Kong China. Britain is planning to offer former colony’s 300,000 BNO passport holders and 3…

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Recovering domestic tourism statistics of the first Covic-19 epic-center shows travelling can get back to normal

train station, passengers, screen shops

Recovering local Chinese tourism data proves normalization of travel is attainable after Covid-19 outbreak The first epic-center of Covid-19 outbreak was China. Now China’s improving domestic tourism statistics show that if nations and nationals can first stop the spread of virus together and do enough health protective measures, normalization of travel is achievable.   Chinese…

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