There are expats in Hong Kong whose conversation swiftly becomes dominated by endless whinging. Photo: Shutterstock There are expats in Hong Kong whose conversation swiftly becomes dominated by endless whinging. Photo: Shutterstock
There are expats in Hong Kong whose conversation swiftly becomes dominated by endless whinging. Photo: Shutterstock
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

For as long as Hong Kong has attracted arrivals, it has attracted moaners

  • Griping is a recognised stage of culture shock, the problem is when the whining won’t stop
  • From its earliest beginnings the city has never lacked those who like their complaints to be heard

There are expats in Hong Kong whose conversation swiftly becomes dominated by endless whinging. Photo: Shutterstock There are expats in Hong Kong whose conversation swiftly becomes dominated by endless whinging. Photo: Shutterstock
There are expats in Hong Kong whose conversation swiftly becomes dominated by endless whinging. Photo: Shutterstock
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