Planning to leave in 1-2 years
Planning to leave in 3-5 years
No plan at the moment
HK is my Home, will stay forever
Remember the poster is a child. A teenager who has been taken away from his friends by his evil parents and is in the sort of sulk only a spoilt teenager can produce.
I always find it disrespectful to criticise other people’s home towns/cities. There are advantages and disadvantages in most places.
I do not know where you live but I have not noticed ‘disgusting’ smells in the vast majority of places in Hong Kong. I think it has to be an overstatement to say ‘The people are just beyond rude.’ I encounter pleasant people on a daily basis and if I come across rude ones, I either ignore them or directly tell them they are rude. Regarding the butchers’, you know what you are getting and it is probably the same behind the better looking butchers’ shops. People who consume animals should see them hanging up rather than packaged nicely in the supermarkets (and I am not a vegetarian).
Property is overpriced but I think other things are cheaper than in Europe. I agree it is rather over crowded and I find it too hot in the summer.
Referring to Hong Kongers as lazy really jumps into the top five ridiculous things that I have heard. My colleagues tend to spend at least 9 hours working and several hours travelling each day. They often take work home with them. The only reason some of them can work is because they are able to employ helpers. Domestic workers can earn more in Hong Kong than their own countries that is why they choose to come here. The Hong Kong children, along with mainland Chinese and Korean children, have to be some of the most hard working children I have encountered.
Hong Kong has a very low birth rate and as far as I know, the vast majority of people living in Hong Kong know how to clean and are well aware of what a backyard is although in Britain, it may be separate from the garden.
If I do not like a place, I would not stay and I know that there are a lot of people ready and happy to move into my job.
Legally an adult and you have to follow your parents to HK?
Pretty sad and pathetic really
I can understand parents wanting their children to be with them even if they are 18 but if the child hates it, then it might not be such a good idea. Of course, we do not know the situation but maybe alternative arrangements could be made.
If the person were my child, I might consider sending her on a world cruise just to keep me sane!!!
I am not sure of the significance of the video. What is its purpose?