Hong Kong Trash Removers – Ma On Shan Edition – April 2014
April 5th 2014 is Ching Ming Festival – according to Chinese customs, that’s the day when you’re supposed to go bai san. (Give offerings and seek blessings from ancestors).
Hong Kong Trash Removers (TM) sought blessings from the Hill Gods today by ridding Ma On Shan of trash. My co-host, proud Swiss National, Hannes and I, got 11 people together and asked them to come armed with large garbage bags to aid in our effort.
We started off in Ma on Shan and climbed up to the Hunchbacks using the power of our thighs and ropes on many occasions. Hannes explained to us that the ropes that were installed were only for weaklings. So, to prove to everyone how strong I was, I used only one finger (my pinkie) to hold my heavy trash bag and the same finger to pull myself up the steep slopes.
Upon reaching the top of Ma On Shan, our promising candidate for Read more
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