Saturday, June 12, 2010

Air quality in Hong Kong

As summer arrives in Hong Kong, the weather seems to be improving - it's now lovely and humid. People do still complain about the air quality in Hong Kong, but I have to say, I like the pollution.

It's not really pollution. It's the smell of greater economic prosperity in the Pearl River Delta.

That sticky dry taste in the back of your throat that won't go away? That's the taste of reduced iPhone production costs.

That strange combined feeling of dizziness, nausea and guilt? That's just your body's way of telling you that you're watching a DVD illegally copied in Shenzhen.

See, it's just a matter of thinking positive.


Anonymous said...

What a relief to finally to able to count a moral compass amongst my cyber acquaintances.

Mr Cushtie said...

Moral compass? Me? Crikey...

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