In HongKong, you've all sorts of people organizing cleanups.
Human nature.Hong Kongers aren't so stupid...
Remember, 50% of the population has below average intelligence.
Also as was pointed out, you don't see the looting that is so common in many other countries...
If anyone would like to join and help out the community, the team at HKHM with co-operation w/AFCD are hosting a number of trail clearing activities over the next couple of days.
If you can join efforts locally, by all means help out in local villages.
If you are looking for different areas to help, come join and look at the calendar for this weekend.
Mangkhut adds to Hong Kong's rubbish woes - RTHK
the Environmental Protection Department, Betty Cheung, said the city has seen a 30-40 percent increase in the amount of rubbish being handled following the storm hit.Cheung said the six refuse transfer stations in the city handled an average of around 8,500 tonnes of rubbish per day last year. But that figure has skyrocketed to over 12,300 tonnes this week.
Has anyone seen anything about the beaches being closed? Wonder if they'll be open for mid-autumn festival on Monday?