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  crymore007  |  17

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  crymore007  |  17

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  crymore007  |  17

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  iSitt  |  17

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  dolphincheddar  |  17

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  theten_fml  |  17

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  mikuxxhatsune  |  17

Hong Kong is quite different to China, it has access to youtube and google and other sites like that. There are also a lot of European people left over from the time Hong Kong belonged to the UK. There are also a ton of international schools which don't speak or teach Chinese but only speak English so those kids know English pretty well. So basically, you can live in HK speaking English.

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  TheRealPeter  |  33

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  juicedboi  |  33

But it's not only canto, there are many dialects. Canto and mandarin being the common. Along with shaolin and many others. Either way it's going to be difficult to learn without prior knowledge of the language.

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  dolphincheddar  |  33

47. most people don't have 3 years worth of clothes. he has a week or two worths like a long vacation, and he will have to wash them, if you have over 1000 pairs of clothes and can carry it in a suitcase onto an airplane, I'd be very impressed

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  Cereal_Is_Good  |  33

I don't know about you, but I don't need three years of clothing. My clothes last me about a week and a half and then I wash them. OP could have packed all their clothes thinking it was a weeklong vacation or something.

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  shovels  |  33

Chinese is a language. Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien, Wu, etc are all dialects of Chinese. The reason Chinese is considered as a language is because they all use the same writing system.

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  jayalexander  |  13

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  niplipsip  |  19

106 - being that OP apparently wasn't aware of the long period of time he'd be staying in Hong Kong.. it does suck. imagine one day packing up, getting on a flight, and later being informed that wherever you landed, you'd be living for a few years. if you previously thought the trip was going to be short, I'd imagine you wouldn't have said the proper "This may be the last time I see you" goodbyes to all of the important people in your life.

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