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Terry Cook and I, rooming together at the Empress Hotel, spent a few hours walking around warm and humid nighttime Hong Kong, constantly solicited by vendors who murmured: "Copy watch?" We saw lots of high-fidelity equipment, cameras, many jewelry stores. Big neon signs hung out practically across the streets.

I bought some Hong Kong CDs of Chinese music cheap, we browsed through a nice bookstore, walked down to the harbor, and ate late at a Chinese restaurant: barbecued duck and goose.

Right: Hong Kong street by daylight on May 15, a hot and muggy day.