I'm very proud of you, very proud, because you're still here. Hong Kong is still very nice! Strange, when I'm here, I feel very comfortable. (Thank you, Master.) People are so nice! We took a taxi, but it was a very short distance, and the fare was like HK$20. I didn't know the way there so I took a taxi rather than walking. I gave the driver HK$100, several times the taxi fare. But he wouldn't take it. He said, “Too much! Too much!” He gave the money back to me, and I said, “Taxi drivers usually accept tips.” So he said, “OK, then,” and he took another HK$20. So honest! He said, “Too much! You know this is a HK$100 bill?” I said, “I know; I know. I just want to thank you for driving so carefully, and we all felt very safe.”(Master, your love is shining everywhere in Hong Kong.) Your what, love? (Your love is shining everywhere in Hong Kong.) Shining? Oh, yeah, maybe. Also, when we were looking for Loving Hut, we passed by a little roadside stall, only a little bigger than this couch. The man was selling household knickknacks, like needles, elastic bands, whatnot. (Yes.) I bought a whole bunch from him, and I don't know what to do with them. I couldn't just give him money as if he was a beggar. He is a man with dignity, and he runs a business, and he wasn't begging for food. So I bought whatever I could. I told him I'd like to buy whatever he had. But I paid him much more. He was also very grateful. He didn't feel offended. Instead, he was grateful. Later, we went to a dessert shop nearby and bought some (vegan) sweets like (vegan) pudding for the man. He was so happy! He was very gracious to accept. No problem. He smiled and was very happy. This man was blind. He couldn't see anything, but he knew everything.