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Out of Shenzhen: Central mid level escalators

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

In my humble opinion the kilometer long central mid level escalators are the top attraction in Hong Kong. On the way out of Shenzhen we always check in and drop bags at Hong Kong city checking and then head up about half way to Taco Loco for some if the...

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Shenzhen day 1: Hua Qiang Bei market

Monday, November 19th, 2012

Today we also made our inaugural trip to the big electronics parts markets in Shenzhen. We met up with Mitch from Hackvana who showed us his favorite stands. We'll shoot an interview with Mitch in a few days. We only had a few hours today, but we'll be back here all week to...

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