In Hong Kong any old computing places to go?
mark.darvill at mac.com
Sat May 27 10:41:43 CDT 2017
Although it is all new equipment, Wan Chai computer mall near Causeway Bay is worth a visit. I think it is on Hennessy Road.
There are 100's of small stalls there, you can get some good bargains if you take cash and haggle.
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> On 27 May 2017, at 15:03, W2HX via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> If you ever have the chance to go to HK again, definitely also get your Chinese visa. I used to travel to China and I used to only get 3 and 6 month visas. But in the last year or two, they now grant 10 year visas which I obtained although I have no current plans to visit china. Although I don’t know of any electronic fleas in HK, definitely visit Kowloon. It is really an amazing place.
> Good luck
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> Subject: Re: In Hong Kong any old computing places to go?
> Thanks everyone for the ideas, however I cannot leave Hong Kong and enter China. That requires a different visa that I didn't obtain and I don't have the time to travel that far.
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