Leaving Hong Kong

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I once interviewed a group of staff members at a botanical garden about their community projects, and every single one of them used the word transient. I didn’t really get it at the time, either as a word or a concept. Then I moved to Hong Kong. And transient was the only word that came to mind.

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British-Chinese writer exploring culture, identity, wellness, language, and travel. Currently in the UK. Found at sarahkwong.net. Creator of being-zine.com

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Sarah Kwong

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British-Chinese writer exploring culture, identity, wellness, language, and travel. Currently in the UK. Found at sarahkwong.net. Creator of being-zine.com

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