“The HK of old is gone. I mourn for it.“

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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.

Lucy Ng

The HK of old is gone. To me HK does not ex­ist any­more and I mourn for it from time to time.

Clement Fan

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!!

Ian Beaver

Ben Olm­sted

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