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Drawbacks of Hong Kong.
Despite the abundance of good looking girls, there is a distinct lack of stunners. If you do see one at night time, likelihood is she’ll be surrounded by rich Chinese men who can be protective. Your best chances for a stunner are private parties or roaming the upper-class shopping malls where the girls don’t come with an entourage of chodes. As I mentioned before, almost no one approaches in the day time, so although she may be taken aback initially, even doing the approach demonstrates tons of confidence and you have very good chances if your game is on point.
Another downside is the price. Getting a place in HK can be expensive. If you want to be close to the action (Central or Wan Chai) then best bet is to jump on Airbnb or find a Facebook Group and see if anything suits your budget. Expect to pay $800+ per month for a grotty apartment close to the action. Further out, like mid-levels, or even Kowloon and you can get somewhere bigger, for cheaper.
However, as a single dude, you may be better off to rent something small (and dingy) as close to LKF as possible. Multiple times I was able to pull girls back to my apartment (a thirty second walk) where I may have lost her if I would have had to involve a taxi. It also meant going out 5 times per week instead of 2-3.
Hong Kong is similar in a way to Singapore, except HK has significantly more style and culture. The streets are more rowdy and fun in HK and you can generally get away with more in HK. There is still a massive abundance of business and banking guys but they aren’t generally ‘banging the guns’ with cold approaches. Most will be at tables bored out of their minds so you won’t have to worry about competing with them.
The worst thing in terms of game in HK is cock-blocking guys who are friends with the girls. They often have absolutely no chance themselves but find it their duty to slut shame their girlfriends enough into not dancing or leaving with you or simply grabbing the girl and moving her when you approach. Shame on you guys. A wise man once said, “bless that which you desire,” for me this means pimping out the girls I’m with to other guys, even if I’m sleeping with them already. This demonstrates pure abundance to the girls and subconsciously makes it easier to approach super hot girls with other cool guys. Read the book Sex At Dawn to understand this mindset better.
These friend-zoned-cock-blockers would have a much better chance of getting some ‘pussay’ if they pimped their own chicks out to other guys. Then again after the video of a Western guy taking a girl away from her boyfriend (and him being too passive to do anything) went viral in HK (and other Asian countries) many of the guys feel like they need to stand up for themselves a little more.
Deciding on whether or not you make the trip to Hong Kong in search of girls really depends on your tastes and your budget more than anything else. There are a few other things to see and do (a trip to The Peak is essential) and overall HK has a cool, friendly and safe vibe about it.
Maids Day Off in Hong Kong.
Filipino maids in outside the Hong Kong Law Courts Building.
Image © 2010 MaryLou Driedger.
Every Sunday thousands of female workers from Indonesia and the Philippines gather in Hong Kong’s Statue Square. There are groups enjoying each other’s company everywhere you look. Some are eating while others visit, play cards, style one another’s hair and trade romance novels.
There are an estimated 200,000 female domestic workers from other countries living in Hong Kong. Most are employed as maids for the city’s wealthy families. These ‘helpers’ ( the common term for domestic laborers in Hong Kong) are expected to work twenty four hours a day, six days a week, but government regulations dictate they must be given twelve consecutive hours of free time each Sunday. Since the women cannot afford to go to movies or eat in restaurants on their day off, they gather in Hong Kong’s train stations and parks or outside public buildings.
One Sunday morning, I went down to the heart of Hong Kong’s business district to spend some time talking with the women in a central plaza there. The ten women I spoke with all come from the same rural area in the Philippines. They work in homes in different sections of Hong Kong but on Sundays they meet at St. Joseph’s Cathedral located in the Central district. After mass, which St. Joseph’s celebrates in Tagalong, the language of the Philippines, they gather on the porch of the nearby Hong Kong Law Courts Building. They spread newspapers on its cement floor to sit on, and then spend the afternoon eating and visiting.
I discover some of the women in the group have been here for as little as four months while others have lived in Hong Kong for as long as twelve years. Most have young children at home and are university educated. They are nurses, teachers, physiotherapists, pharmacists, computer programmers and business women. They speak several languages. However they can make three times more money in Hong Kong (the government dictated salary is about $600 US a month) than they can practicing their professions in the Philippines. They tell me they need money to pay for their children’s education. “To give our kids hope for the future”, one woman says. They all send a substantial portion of their salary home to their families.