Once every four years, Hong Kong people leave behind their Bus Uncle syndrome and fraternise. Yes, it's the World Cup and we cheer foreign teams and their stars with weird names we can barely pronounce - whoever says Hongkongers are xenophobic? For a good party atmosphere, fans have taken to Tai Kok Tsui's Olympian City, with its three giant screens and countless tubes. Some crowds may get rowdy, so the mall will set aside an area for fans who may get too wrapped up and let loose with language unbecoming of ladies and gents. 'We don't really call it the 'swear words' area, but it's true we have set aside two corners - one for people who want to watch matches in a more leisurely environment, and one for more devoted fans,' a mall officer said, diplomatically.