Five thousand years of history sitting right next to each other.
When in Hong Kong, make sure you eat, eat, eat!
"A New York minute is a Hong Kong second." -someone who hasn't been to Hong Kong since the late 80s, I guess.
I distinctly remember connecting to this line in The Great Gatsby, but it's really just an excuse for the basic af fall photos. Don't worry, no pumpkin spice lattes.
Some love letters as novelty wears off and culture shock sets in. (Inspired by that very good Netflix movie that you should definitely watch.)
I didn't really know what to expect coming into China. People will tell you so many different contradictory things--half of them vague observations, half of them lazy racist stereotypes. I've been here for almost a month now, and I'm still not quite sure what to make of it.
I wonder why a little.