Hong Kong can seemingly transform overnight.
Shops open and close in the blink of an eye. Skyscrapers spring up out of nowhere. The skyline never remains the same for long.
Unlike cities with old bones — like London and Paris — there aren’t as many tangible artifacts in this Asian metropolis of 8 million people.
The most reliable Hong Kong history comes not in museums or architecture, but rather, in the form of food. Story from CNN.
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