From our Daily Grind series.
Even though we’re spoilt rotten here in Hong Kong, sometimes there are still things we wish we could do to make life even easier.
And walk through it, so we can actually get to where we need to go.
When it rains, it really pours.
Also, for them not to drive this fast once you finally get in one.
Every time a cool new restaurant opens, it’s no reservations. But even if you hang around waiting, you only have two seating options — either you have to eat at 6pm when everyone else is still at happy hour, or wait until 9pm when you’re drunk and hangry.
Hell is being caught in the middle of the platform when the Island Line and Tsuen Wan Line carriages open their doors at the same time.
Who are these people? Why do they need a Land Rover in Hong Kong? What are they overcompensating for?
Don’t tell me what to eat!
Somehow, $16,000 a month for a flat of that size is considered pretty standard.
Andy Lau for CE!