@swherebetween has inspired me to volunteer abroad in 2 years with @ivhq
jellyfish in New England aquarium
These pictures are taken from Hong Kong, the city where I was born and the asian version of the american city who never sleeps (a.k.a. NYC). Even though the British left in 1997 and we went back with China ever since, our legal system still uses the British version, which give the citizens of Hong Kong more political freedom than the rest of China. Sadly, even after June 1997, people from mainland China are still not allowed to abode in Hong Kong. Aside from that, Hong Kong remains as one of the world’s strongest leading international financial centres with the freest economy. It’s GDP per capita increased a lot since 1997 and its economy size is bigger than Ireland’s and Israel’s with an approximate market cap of US$2.63 trillion. In 2011, the GDP for PPP in Hong Kong was higher than the USA and Netherlands. The two main languages are English and Cantonese.
This will always be home.
What do you bring back from your #travels?