Ah, Hong Kong. The Oriental Hollywood with known superstars like Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, Tony Leung and the late Leslie Cheung, and probably a gazillion more TV series than America can ever spawn.
And when you speak of Hong Kong, you can never miss out on their mouthwatering cuisine. Dim sum, Da Been Lo, Tan Tong, Tong Shui… It is every food lovers’ must visit spot, and by food lover, believe you me, it is every Chinese you meet on the street.
As much as Mecca is the rite-of-passage destination for all Muslims, Hong Kong is such to every breathing Chinese. While the former is kept away from pork, the latter says ‘Bring it on!’ and would very much execute you if you don’t.
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