I have just spent one week in Hong Kong, attending the 17th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences.
Everything was run very efficiently, and the organisation was really impressive; but I found Hong Kong overwhelming. The buildings are very tall, many of the roads are very narrow, and there are signs everywhere.And there are people everywhere. Hundreds and hundreds of people rushing about hither and thither.Of course, most people find Hong Kong a bustling place, full of energy and excitement, a 'happening' place.
But I just found it overwhelming. It reminded me why I have chosen to live in Brunei.
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