8 April, 2017, 12:00 am
If you thought the name City Security was only known in Fiji think again as a number of shops and premises in Hong Kong is guarded by a company with the name City Security. Talking to a City Security officer we asked if they have a company in Fiji, the reply was no, “this is Hong Kong company… no Fiji.”
One thing which surprised us during our stay in Kowloon for the past five days is the little number of police officers seen on the streets. In the first three days we only saw three police officers on the streets something new to us as we are used to seeing lot of police on our streets every day of the week. Maybe the crime rate is very low on the streets of Kowloon.
The treatment of the media was different from when I was last visited Hong about four years ago. When we arrived at the media room that year, we were given a Hong Kong 7s T-shirt along with stuff from the organisers. This year we were just given our tournament pass and nothing else. Sorry friends who were hoping to get a free Hong Kong T-shirt.
Former Raiwaqa couple Tikiko and Molikini Seruwalu made sure they in time for the Hong Kong 7s even though the trip was long and tiring for them. The husband and wife team now live in Lebanon but they made sure they were in Hong Kong in time for the first game. When we meet, Tikiko was still running around to organise some issues with his bank in Lebanon.