Hong Kong Humidity

Difference in Hong Kong and Ottawa weather

One of the notable differences here is the humidity. The pages of my book are beginning to wrinkle. Towels don’t dry when they’re hung on a line. Even though it’s 20°C outside, it feels more like 15°C because it’s so damp. Humidity is something that Hong Kong is known for, as it’s surrounded by water and filled with tall buildings. It makes me wonder how people deal with mold in their houses.

Ironically, it “rained” two days in a row, but the rain was so weak that I had to ask others if they felt the droplets. Very different from Ottawa, where rainfall goes beyond obvious, and can last for days on end.

2 comments

    • Trust me, I’d rather the weather of Ottawa than Hong Kong right now. But that’s because I’ve always preferred the cold over the heat.

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