Servicemen did ~70 miles of square bashing in a week prior to prepare for their roles in QEII's funeral marches.
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/square_bashing(Britain, slang, military) Marching drills and other military exercises practiced on a parade ground.
There are a lot of weird references about seducing members of the PLA in HK laws... (and yes, I had to look up the legal definition or legally accepted definition of seduction...)
I am assuming this was a copy / paste / replace type thing done post '97... but you never know.
Traffic wardens in HK are called "Coffee Boys" because of the color of their uniforms...
https://hd.stheadline.com/news/realtime/hk/2387817/Four young men from a Sham Shui Po garage were allegedly parked illegally on Maple Street in Sham Shui Po this morning (22), and when they were being cited by a traffic warden, commonly known as a "coffee boy", they repeatedly hurled insults and chased after each other.
When the traffic police officer arrived at the scene, he continued to make abusive remarks and even said, "Do you know who I am? The traffic police officer left the scene for a while. Dozens of anti-triad officers and traffic police officers were immediately dispatched to the scene to seal off the scene and investigate the case.
Hong Kongers get excited about some really mundane things...
https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...3-20221127.htmOne enthusiast, Mr Lee, told RTHK that he arrived at the station at around 7.30am, adding he had been waiting for this day for years since he was in junior secondary school.
“It is the best new chapter in Hong Kong’s railway history. It’s the biggest train replacement project, so I had been looking forward to it eagerly,” he said.
Another train fan, Mr Lam, said he had dressed up for the occasion.