“The HK of old is gone. I mourn for it.“
Running Out of Time
Last week’s cover story (“Endangered Species,” Sep 9, Issue 1162) looked at Hong Kong’s disappearing icons— including our beloved pink dolphins. Readers were fatalistic…
Makes me angry with passion to see such beautiful creature disappearing through either ignorance, greed or pure stupidity of human.
The HK of old is gone. To me HK does not exist anymore and I mourn for it from time to time.
I am an expat, and over the last 5 years have seen it get more western, which saddens me. I didn’t move away from home for more of the same, I came to experience and immerse in another culture.
Kate McDonnell Moon Me
Last week Mr Know-It-All explained the differences between traditional, snowy and custard mooncakes (“Why Are There So Many Different Kinds of Mooncakes?” Sep 9, Issue 1162). A reader had another (valid) question…
What I don’t understand is why they are so damn expensive.
Ginoong Vipee G. Flores Tory Scum?
Opinions differed for our spotlight on Master House, the first Hong Kong bar from Japanese brand Suntory
(“Open Bar,” Sep 9, Issue 1162).
Awesome! Another bar charging rip off prices for mass produced beer. Yay!!