**I apologize about some your names not being exactly right on the Summer FE cards. The text I choose does not have special characters or numbers :( I was unaware of that when I choose it. I will be sure to check fonts to make sure they do in the future. If you would like me to add numbers using a different text let me know. Gomen Gomen!**
Hey dude, we've meet each other almost every day and now we are finally friends ＼（＾∀＾）メ（＾∀＾）ノlol. Thanks for the request~
Do you have your origins from Japan or did you study the language? I'm so envious you >.< Wanna learn it next semester too..
I really sorry everyone who ordered cards,member cards or badges from me. I'm really sorry that all of you had to wait for so long time for this delivery.
As some of you know actually I'm on hiatus/semi-hiatus till september.
All of the cards etc. are in A-Z or Z-A order.
Cards will be deleted at the beginning of September
Haha indeed I did many times before :D I have to visit there every 3 years maximum so most likely I would of been there 7 times already within my life time :P
I remember I did tell you about where I'm from and my origins :P well tbh both my parents were born in Hong Kong but moved to England to work and live, we visit there so we can still be considered as a citizen or else our rights get revoked
Hong Kong life is much different than Englands but you have two parts which are city and village life. In the city the flats are very small. I know that the rooms in the city flat covers as much area as just the living room in my village house. (So this fits restroom, two bedroom, living area and kitchen so it is tiny :P Most flats are tall and close to one another and often they would go up for 34 floors. Basically every average HK city people live in these flats, they get maintained and guarded pretty well.
Everything is so convenient in the city, you have stores open 24/7 such as Mcdonalds and 7/11 in the courtyard just across the street from the flats (Which includes a plaza shopping centre) bus and taxi stations all there. There is a plaza between large amounts of flats (So it pretty much targets a specific region for locals) There is a market place as well which they sell fruits, vegetables and fish/meat which some are kept alive in tanks and the rest are chopped up and kept fresh, so market places are often dirty which probably wouldn't pass the hygiene standards set in England.
You have constant people walking on the streets day and night, its bursting with life normally lol and you always hear cars going past (Even from floor number 32: one of the highest floors). I realised what most people do in Hong Kong is work, eat and sleep lol. Barely anyone cooks at home and they mostly go out to eat)
The village is different and more traditional. Its pretty far from everywhere so you got to travel out if you need to get stuff. I noticed a lot of old people still live here and recently my dad built a house in a village district