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4 thoughts on “Eyewitness: Hong Kong”
I see at least 100 apartments and I wonder if more then half of the population lives in places like this because its a lot and I know there is a big population in Hong Kong, and this reminds me about the picture where there is 3 people squashed in a room smaller then mine and that’s there whole house! Hong Kong is a busy place and has heaps of people and it not might be a big place so they have to make tall buildings and are small so they can fit heaps of rooms in for that suited population. I think most of the population would live in small rooms with more then one room in them. I also wonder how much does it cost to live in one of them places? I wouldn’t think much because there very small and don’t have much l luxury in them, but then again people would probably be lucky to have a home. I know this may be a weird question but why is there a rectangular shape in the middle area where they divide? Maybe there is like an attraction such as a fountain or grass area, but I wouldn’t think so because it looks as though its a polluted area because of so much buildings. Melbourne has lots of buildings and that’s a bit polluted and this is like 10 times what Melbourne is so it must be a lot more polluted .
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Whoa those building look tall. I don’t think this is real because in the centre/bottom its blank.
WOW look how tall thise buildings are. I think that this Is a photo taken from the ground up because the grey part if the picture looks like the sky and all the clouds. It has to be a least 169 stories high. But imagine how small the room would be to make it that big. I wonder how many people can live in a building like that and them imagine how many people would live in all the buildings maybe half the population. It look really plain and boron because you can’t see any plants or grass either. I would live to see some greenery. It also looks really polluted because I you think of Melbourne and then you think if Hong Kong there is a massive difference. Hong Kong is reall grey from what I think is pollution from all the cars and traffic in Hong Kong. The grey clouds remind me of the picture you put up about the storm that was heading into Hong Kong. That was a really big storm.
Its really nice to see these wonderful picture…………….I wish we could have such buildings here in Ghana.