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Hong Kongers

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by StrangePanda, Nov 13, 2019.

  1. StrangePanda

    StrangePanda Occasional commenter

    How are you all doing? Difficult times, indeed...
  2. clovispoint

    clovispoint Occasional commenter

    Deeply unhappy at what's happening to the safest place I've ever lived. I've made HK my home but I am considering my future here.

    Hope all is well with you,
    T0nyGT likes this.
  3. msmillreef

    msmillreef New commenter

    I want to leave. I'm on the island at CausewayBay. Are you on the dark side?
  4. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    Readers of my blog, bulgariawithnoodles.blogsot.com, will know that Mr. and Mrs. Hippopotamus got to know HK quite well during their five years in Shenzhen. It is sad, it is tragic and it is horrible. Please God, may peace and security return to Hong Kong.
  5. StrangePanda

    StrangePanda Occasional commenter

    Yes- deep in the NT and cut off from most supplies. It's worrying. All we can do at the moment is wait for the Christmas break and hope we'll be able to get to the airport.
  6. Oli_K

    Oli_K New commenter

    How desperate for attention do you have to be, to use such tragic events to advertise a blog.

    Back on topic, I have friends there and have seen some of the videos on social media, they want out, schools are closed, but they still have to go in, no thought at all to the teachers. Crazy that such a great place and highly sought after destination is in such chaos.
    lardprao and 576 like this.

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