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Every day is a struggle

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You see a lot of people pushing these carts around and it seems to be
the main way to do local deliveries, alas there are lots of hills in
Hong Kong.

You also see old women picking up paper and cans to take to the
recycle depot where they are given money for the weight collected.
I'm told that you can often see these ladies soaking their paper
with water or hiding nuts and bolts in coke cans before crushing them
to increase the weight.
11th Jun 2008, 23:28   | tags:,,comments (1)

Some views of Hong Kong

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It's very densely populated, but I love it's urban stylings.
11th Jun 2008, 23:24   | tags:,,comments (10)

My first meal in Hong Kong

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We went to a very nice little resturant, and the others had Pork
served in chillies!
11th Jun 2008, 17:19   | tags:,comments (2)

Not well stitched

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It might not be well stitched, but it does give you an idea of the
size of some of the gambling floors here in Macau
11th Jun 2008, 17:13   | tags:,,comments (1)

Hopefully I won't go hungry!

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I'm of to Hong Kong and Macau today and have been compiling a booklet to make being a Vege a bit easier out there... I'l let you know if it works!

All text is taken from these two excellent sites:

Vegetarian China

International Vegetarian Union

Never Forget Programmer!

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Dave loves Never Forget

Get out of that!

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Someone thought it would be funny to cable tie my book shut,
strangley the book features a character called the escapist.
I am really enjoying this book and would recommend it to anyone, but
if you have a love of comics then I would say it is
essential reading. It covers the beginnings of the modern comic
industry in 1939 ish via a Polish lad that comes to New York
to escape the Nazis.

Noisy doors are unacceptable

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Spotted this on the tube.