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How to Open a Bank Account in Hong Kong

 I wrote some how-to articles a few years ago on how to open bank accounts in various places for people who are residing temporarily or moving to a new country. I have a few I will start to post and this one was detailed and and I thought this one might be of interest.   Opening a Bank Account in Hong Kong Hong Kong is one of the largest cities in the world. It is also a huge financial center with a lot of opportunities to become successful. This is why so many people continue to move here on a regular basis. If you are planning to come here to live, you will need to get your finances situated. You will need to open a bank account in Hong Kong. Don't worry, the process is not that hard and you don't have to be a native born citizen. Even someone visiting the country temporarily is allowed to open an account if you know someone who lives in Hong Kong.  Types of Bank Accounts There are a variety of different kinds of bank accounts you can open in Hong Kong. Depending on what you

Bully Sticks Are Great for Dog Dental Care

Dental Care for Dogs is important. Recently, I got a comment from someone showing me a great product. They didn’t ask me to do this. I appreciate that someone took the time to leave me comments. They read my articles. I checked out their product on my own. After researching the topic, I found out Bully sticks are great for dogs. They can be great for dogs of all ages and sizes. https://dogtreatsus.blogspot.com/2019/12/natural-bully-sticks-for-dogs.html?m=1 Is a source I found for bully sticks and great pet articles as well. I wanted to give them a shout out for helping to make dogs lives better with healthy bully sticks.  Great Pet Treat Articles https://dogtreatsus.blogspot.com/2020/01/dog-treats.html?m=1 I like this article about pet treats and the other one I posted. Check them out for healthy bully sticks for pets. I liked the fact that they are good for all breeds and sizes of dogs. Of course, always ask a veterinarian first about any new food or pet treatyou give your dog. Vet

Question on Quora About Guppy Care and Sick Fish

 Question on Quora- Why does my fish dying? I started a new fish tank, after a while, they started to slow down, isolate themselves and they clamp their fins and eventually they die, I have put a picture for one of the guppies that is starting to act the same. My answer  I am not a fish expert but I did go through a phase where I raise guppies. There are many reasons why this can happen. Remember I'm not an expert just somebody that went through a phase of raising guppies went through a phase of raising guppies. Look at this guppy site Lot of info here pic from here  https://drguppy.com/ I went further and got you common fish diseases for guppies https://drguppy.com/#h-common-guppy-diseases-parasites Also marine diseases  Fish Fins Clamping Is Bad I remember clamping fish fins is an indicator of a possible specific disease. Or a sign of one remember I'm not an expert just a person that had fish tanks and is trying to help you. You need a hospital tank when you notice a fish is

The Five Components of Emotions

 I’m doing a workbook for Ascension. As I do it I save it here so it’s not complete complete in this article. I’m doing on here. Let me know how I do as I go  Emotional Triggers  Introduction to the Five Components of Emotions  Emotions are a roller coaster. When you are dealing with chronic pain as well as emotional pain. We can experience intense emotions, Understanding emotions is a vital component of learning mindfulness to manage chronic pain. You wouldn’t believe how much chronic pain management and emotion disregulation go hand in hand. Negative Emotions can Trigger Many Feelings  We will study many kinds of ways that being mindful of your thoughts, feelings, triggers and surroundings can affect you both mentally and physically. Being mindful is a concept we will get into further in this group. Understanding emotions and how they are triggered needs to be understood however first. When we understand that it is ok to feel how we feel and why we do feel certain emotions, everythin

Favorite bark city doggy daycare pics and personal pics

Herman and me and Small dog daycare Binghamton New York. Herman is a miniature dachshund and one of my favorite dogs all of the dogs on here are. I will keep posting dog pictures in case anyone wants to see them. Next we have Mina and piper. A husky and a pitbull at dog daycare Johnson city New York.  Herman Sully  Leah Roo Eva pia cooper Luna geo.These are all pictures from being a small dog daycare attendant in Johnson City. I miss volunteering there so much and making these reminds me of how happy I made these dogs and how much I’d like to see them again. Are used to run to the back and would wait in line to get into the small dog daycare. Some of the dogs are from the front and the other girls took care of the bigger dogs like Cooper usually and Sully and Mina. I miss being with the dogs and the girls at the daycare. They taught me a lot and it was a lot of fun. I really advanced when I worked on my own and studied constantly and took classes. Dog training is some thing that is not

Types of Pain and how Physical and Emotional Pain Correlate As the disaster duo

What are the Types of Pain One Can Have and How Do We Accurately Assess the Level  of Pain? Pain is a concept that is different to all people. Many medical facilities use a rating scale of 1-10 to rate your pain. Does this seem like an accurate assessment to you? When asked this question, how do you answer? Most of us think for a minute and pause. Next, we look at the attending physician with a little bit of confusion as to how they will rate your rating. If you say a 5 does that mean you feel "manageable pain"? If you say 10, are you feeling like you are being dramatic when you are truly feeling completely drained  physically, emotionally and all of your thoughts and focuses are on this pain.  Can you truly rate it a 10?  The Famous 1-10 Scale of Pain Assessment  Number scales are extremely difficult to use to assess pain. Many chronic pain patients feel some kind of confusion when it comes to the rating scale. We are so afraid of being” rated back” or not taken seriously be