Originally posted on La Plume Noire Photography:
Hong Kong, “Asia’s World City“, is filled to the brim with high-rise buildings and culture. Around the city, people are rushing towards their destination clutching their latest technology. The modern world is forever changing, thus population is growing. Sooner or later mankind will be migrating to other unknown planets, leaving Earth itself to mother nature once more.
It’s interesting to see how Asia uses small spaces. When you first move to Hong Kong or other asian countries, it feels as if you’ve been downgraded. Everything in Hong Kong is a lot smaller, including furniture. For example, take a visit to Ikea and you will find that Asian Ikea furniture is in fact smaller than Ikea in the western countries. It’s fascinating to see how other countries live their life.
However, when you visit countries like these, you really need to look past the small spaces and focus on…
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