Journey with me through the financial labyrinth of Hong Kong, a city where even Michelin-star noodles and street food come with a premium price tag. From sky-high real estate to costly lattes, discover why every Ringgit spent here feels like a masterclass in money and investing. If you're a Malaysian contemplating a life or investment in Asia's financial hub, this is your indispensable guide to navigating the golden toll gates of opportunity and pitfalls. Think of it as your Rich Dad playbook for surviving Hong Kong's concrete jungle.
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