|Discovered her inspiring passion and persistence inside the seat pocket of my seat, on my way to HK.|
|Just plain stunning and surely an art-piece.|
|Inside my hotel suite at the InterContinental Grand Stanford.|
|I love the way the light hits my skin.|
|All my thanks to the person who made this possible. Thanks for the gift!|
|Lost in Translation-moment vis-a-vis selfie. I love how petite I look.|
|My newly shaved legs. Another Lost in Translation moment.|
|I just love views.|
|Various original pins affirming loyalty to the party. Beautiful and haunting.|
|I love the aura that surrounded the place, a certain haven of truth.|
|Mainland tourist or local?|
|Original mementos from the bygone era.|
|Yes, Big Brother is watching you!|
|On my way out, I realized the aesthetic quality and effect the scarcity of Hong Kong real estate has.|
Hong Kong people are famous for their rude reputation, I don't think so. To me, they will always be the representation of ruthless efficiency. They're unpretentious. Harsh even at times. But necessary in our world of continuing bourgeois decadent facade-ism. I welcome their originality, and hard-work. I detest their racism, myopia, generalizing-tendecies, and cronyism. I adore their fancy/stylish/paradoxical streets. Above all, their cruelty towards "others" must stop! Wake up! Please do so ASAP, as I love your "country" /city-state/unique legal status-ed land very much! Looking forward to my next visit!
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