One option for studying in Hong Kong is the residential colleges, HKU has many different halls that are located either a walk or a short bus from the campus. HKU also provides its own bus service to campus if it is necessary which is a cheaper alternative to the already very cheap local buses.
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Almost 9 months ago I came to Hong Kong form my study abroad year. When I arrived, I could have never imagined that this year would be so filled of experiences!
As I arrived in August, the first thing I experienced was apocalyptic rain. Because Hong Kong is situated in the sub-tropic climate zone and is as an island exposed to the sea, in summer there are typhoons and rains that are so massive that people stay in their houses the whole day. This also happened to me in the first month as lectures were cancelled one day and the whole world seemed to hide in their houses.
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