Not every city has a "goldfish street." But then again, as senior correspondent Benjamin Carlson shows us, Hong Kong is not just any city.
From the view of his office window, Carlson took a ferry journey to the city's bustling Mong Kok neighborhood, home to a dizzying array of fish, birds, and even puppies for sale.
The sights and smells — "ah, the smell of stinky tofu in the air" are mesmerizing (and, in the case of the puppies, adorable.)
What do you think of Hong Kong? What are your favorite markets around the world? Let us know in the comments.
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