An arrogant man.

English is an international language now, and we can usually communicate with others in English in the world.

There are many people here in Hong Kong who can speak English well. English always helps me to have conversations with them.

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I saw a man at a cafe today. He started complaining as soon as he took a seat. He is a native English speaker and didn’t seem to be able to communicate with locals in English smoothly.

He said, “Their English pronunciation is terrible!”

I thought how arrogant he is and felt pity for him at the same time because he doesn’t know that we need to try to understand each other when we communicate with others.

Language is just a tool.

That’s why I like Hong Kong.

I came to Hong Kong two days ago.

Hong Kong is an energetic city. I’m not good at city life, so the atmosphere here actually makes me tired.

But I want to visit Hong Kong at least once a year.

It’s because I can take yoga classes with my favorite teacher, of course. And people here are always nice and friendly. I have already met some of the people I know and they welcomed us (my man & me) with smile as usual.

That’s why I like Hong Kong.

Speaking of a nice person, I met a nice man today. I had my hair cut from long hair to short. He was a hairdresser. Although he can’t speak English well, he tried to explain my hair cut in English as much as he knows. I felt he worked very hard and was glad about his feelings.

I can tell you there are many people like him in Hong Kong. I hope you will feel what an attractive place Hong Kong is.

Have good manners.

Actually, I’ve been in Noosa, Australia for nearly three months.

I spend time in Noosa for half the year, and every time I come here, I feel the number of visitors is increasing and smokers also are increasing.

There is something that is annoying me.

I’m not sure they are locals or visitors, but their smoking manner is bad. They smoke in the public space without caring about it, and some of them throw away cigarette butts on the street.

Am I sensitive too much? I don’t think so.

Although they might relax during smoking, for non smokers and Mother Nature it’s nothing more than an unpleasant thing.

I won’t say “Don’t smoke!!”, but I would like them to study tobacco laws and have good manners.

“Tobacco laws in Queensland” – Queensland Government