My Hong Kong is first of all a village. I live on the second floor of what is called a "village house" in a tiny place called Tung Tsz (Dung Dzhee), east of Tai Po in the New Territories. This is the view from my roof terrace:
The building in the distance is where I work, the Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Most people in the village have dogs. In many cases, that's why they live here. You can walk your dog off the leash.
There are tombs along the paths, where people come on Tomb Sweeping Day to make offerings to ancestors.
There's a minibus that I take to work, or to go into Hong Kong.