The last Qing Dynasty emperor, Pu Yi, is known to have a Buick, so it could be from that where they have a status symbol.
I have a battery in my car. I demand green plates.
Nah, the Japanese got it right.
Should’ve rolled up to him and said “Nice Impala.”
Nothing fancy... it was more like a lunchbox of food designed for students (and there were a lot of students lining up), lol.
She ordered two seat covers and four mats from Hong Kong last year. The seller sent the order in two boxes, one seat cover and two mats in each as to send all of it in one box would cost too much to send, unfortunately, the second box never arrived. So when she went over the other week to see family, she got the rest…
Well to further illustrate my point on what I mean by culture, here’s a potato-quality picture:
Parents are in KLT, I’m in HMT near Yau Ma Tei usually. So we’re kinda close by, hah.
Yeah, friend is living in the Mid-Levels at the moment, so he told me to take the car down to the Digi-Port (correct translation?), Pok Fu Lam, Central then back. The road was pretty clear for the weekend.
Most of these cars are on platforms that are way overdue.
Aha... 3 pedals. I was driving my friend’s Boxster a day ago too.
Hope you get well soon.
Mostly just family time, so relatively uneventful, heh.
It's for the most part a family visit due to my job changes. I mean I was literally here just a few months back, lol.
Well I can only speak for myself, my family is here and I worked out of Hong Kong for a bit. I mean there are positives (food beats the crap out of Toronto), but the prices, and the simple fact I get “eye-scanned” and get told I dress poorly for things are turn-offs for me.
I haven’t been fully living here for years, even though I was born here.
Because I'm in another part of the world
Restaurant. Waiting for a friend for lunch.
Guess the slight issue is we don’t really have true SUVs anymore. These are hatchbacks on stilts.
It looks like an alternate timeline where Chrysler continued to develop the LH New Yorker.