Item description for Hongkongitis: Reports from the wackiest place on earth by Larry Feign...
Hongkongitis is ... an incurable affliction that causes one to secretly love Hong Kong while complaining loudly about it. While everyone else in Hong Kong was out doing real jobs, writer and cartoonist Larry Feign put together this collection of true but ridiculous facts, observations and stupid scientific theories about the most hyperventilating, oddly loveable city on earth. Read irrefutable proof that ... Hong Kong is actually located in France; There's a scientific explanation for why people shout "Wah!" every time a flashbulb goes off; Chinglish is the New World Language; The Vatican should relocate to Kwai Chung; A baby's IQ determines the size of her future apartment; Every person in the world is Chinese; Only psychotics should visit Hong Kong doctors... No one is immune from Hongkongitis!
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Studio: Chameleon Press Ltd
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2007
Publisher Chameleon Press Ltd
ISBN 9889956500 ISBN13 9789889956509
Availability 62 units. Availability accurate as of May 29, 2017 07:54.
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More About Larry Feign
Larry Feign has been disappointing his mother since the age of seven, when he decided to become a writer and cartoonist instead of a brain surgeon or senior partner in a leading law firm. To her annoyance, Larry's work has appeared in hundreds of publications around the world and he is the author of 14 books. He has worked as a caricaturist in Hawaii, animator in Hollywood, and cartoonist in London and Hong Kong. Larry considers himself a "generic" American. He currently resides in the remote wilderness of Lantau Island with his wife, children, dogs, beehive and the occasional visiting snake.