If you have lived in Hong Kong for a while, you probably have rode a minibus at least once. Better than a thrill ride at Ocean Park?
I do not think I need tell anyone a minibus (red or green roof) are dangerous.
Most drivers are in a hurry, since time and trips are their income. Some drivers will not wait for you to sit down before moving off, most drive over the speed limit, run red lights, and a few even fail to stop to let passengers off other than posted stops.
The 54 bus from Kennedy Town to Central piers is a case in point. I usually ride it on business trips between outer Islands, and Kennedy Town, and almost every time the bus exceed 70klm on busy streets, has failed to stop to let riders off, and has run red lights more than a few times.
I do not like using the minibus in Hong Kong, but it is cheaper than taxi: and maybe not even a taxi is safe.
So if you use minibus service, be alert, fasten safety belt if available, and hold on for dear life.