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Expatriates have been advised of the range of aspects of Hong Kong that can make things just a little bit more convenient.
Writing for the Telegraph, Julia Shipway explained to newcomers that the region is full of "conveniences which make life easier".
The MTR transit rail system is "frighteningly efficient", while local stores offer most essentials and luxuries at all hours of the day.
Furthermore, it can be "hard to over-exert yourself in Hong Kong", according to Ms Shipway, who noted that the majority of young couples have a helper in the house and pampering treatments tend to cost less than books.
However, in a new city there are also strange and new practices and foods to explore.
Expatriates would do well to put their international health insurance in place to give them the peace of mind that they will be looked after should something go wrong during their explorations.
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