My legs were dysfunctional at this point of time. I took a day off from the trip, and slept until mid-afternoon, and was forced to wake up to attend an important wedding (which was apparently one of the main motives of this trip, which I did not realise until then)
I had a beef noodle and Starbucks for tea. Their Starbucks was not that sweet and had actual coffee inside. And their food industry was more or less the same with one another. Hong Kong’s food industry nearly perfected their food service, most of their stores tasted more or less the same, except those that needed to queue up for.
We took the train to the venue where the wedding was held. I did not take much pictures that day due to the pain in my legs.
Buildings near the wedding place.
The couple standing are getting married. Six of their net worths easily shoot pass billionaire level.
Typical modern wedding with a touch of wealth, maybe floods of wealth.
Second dish… Duck liver…
I was tired of taking pictures of food, I just enjoyed them. They were savoury as heaven’s food. We actually encountered the relatives that invited us for the wedding before. They are very, very, very rich. During my Xia Men trip (links are down at the foot of the post), they were throwing money here and there to get the best and the wealthiest bit of everything to accommodate us.
They literally did the same thing for the wedding, but on a way larger scale. They even had a Hong Kong series artist present at the wedding. What the fu… They are super, super rich. They just throw money wherever they wanted to. For them, this wedding was just a piece of cake, although you can easily buy a few properties with this money.
The Hong Kong series artist.
Me, my mum and the Hong Kong series artist.
Novea riches, the only phrase that came into my mind when attending this wedding. They are just so rich. After the wedding, the day concluded.