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China: Asian Hong Kong
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Published: 16.6.2017

Western culture has strong position in Hong Kong.  If you are attentive, you notice some Asian features like local street food, stands selling medicine mushrooms or dried jellyfish, hidden Buddhist temples or classic market places. One great thing about Hong Kong is that you can withdraw from big city noise literally to jungle.

 

Text and video: Matouš Vinš

Music: Scott Holmes





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