If you think a superhero earns enough? Think again.
Think you know comics? What are quimps? What are solrads? What is a lucaflect? Nope, these are not words you use to win at Scrabble (although you could try). These are part of the lexicon for the comic strip drawing world. So if you’re going to be a comic book writer, you need to get this book The Lexicon of Comicana.
Read more about it here.
Sorry for the delay. Thought I had the photos but after digging through the old SD cards, I still couldn’t find them. Anyway, back on topic, we’re talking about shopping today. Shopping, probably not the first thing that comes to mind during travelling but believe me, Hong Kong is the place to buy stuffs.
Take the MTR to Sham Shui Po MTR (Exit D), here you will find bargain-priced new and second-hand electronic devices, AV equipment and telecommunications products. If you have been to a flea market anywhere else in the world, this is the Hong Kong version. Opens daily and specifically catered to the gadgets and gizmos. Be prepared to haggle for what you want and don’t be surprise if you see a similar looking brand name product selling at a discount. These are really classy imitation of the real ones. If you can’t read Mandarin, please make sure that the seller changes the default language to English for you.