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Moving to Hong Kong

Moving to Hong Kong

If you are moving to Hong Kong, you will undoubtedly have many things to organize but it might be some of the more peripheral issues which are on your mind.

Migrate to Hong Kong :

Moving to another country is a complete change in lifestyle and all those little things that you take for granted at home might not be available in another country. Below is a guide to some of the services and facilities that you probably use regularly and what they are like in Hong Kong.

Newspapers aren't quite so popular as they used to be thanks to the increase in digital technology but being able to sit and flick through the pages over a morning coffee can be a relaxing way to start the day. And you can still enjoy this even though you may be moving to Hong Kong.

In Hong Kong there are two main English-speaking publications: the South China Morning Post and the Hong Kong Standard. The former has the widest circulation and may be easier to pick up.

You can of course watch the news on TV. Excluding satellite or cable channels, there are two main stations: ATV and TVB. Each of these two stations has two English channels, but sometimes these are used to air non-Cantonese programs, such as those in Mandarin, Korean or Japanese. The choice is somewhat limited so if you are moving to Hong Kong for a longer period you may find it beneficial to learn some Cantonese!

Move to Hong Kong :

Just because you are moving to Hong Kong doesn't mean you have to give up leisure activities such as the cinema. Going to see a film is a popular pastime in Hong Kong and there are a number of venues which show the film in English with Cantonese subtitles. However, make sure you remember to check the language the film is being shown in before you book; in many places there are two versions, the original English-speaking one and an alternate version with Cantonese over-dubbing.

Whilst you are out and about you may need to answer the call of nature but this may not be quite as easy as you are used to. Public bathrooms are few and far between although the ones in shopping malls are renowned for being pristine and immaculate. If you are moving to Hong Kong you may simply need to get used to acting like a local, and borrowing the facilities of a restaurant or eaterie. Most restaurant-owners don't mind allowing passers-by to use their bathroom – which is good news for all concerned!

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