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    [–] Esports and elite gaming facilities - to start or not to start? thatsyo 2 points ago in Entrepreneur

    Maybe do a bit of research on the gaming cafes in Korea, from what I heard they work very well.

    [–] Nutrition & Shoes set up thatsyo 1 points ago in triathlon

    I think I'm going to play it safe and stick with the gel before the race and at T2 then, running with an upset stomach is never fun ! Will be using my road shoes then, thanks for the tips.

    [–] Nutrition & Shoes set up thatsyo 1 points ago in triathlon

    I'm in Switzerland so the temperatures are quite stable around 20°c, so I don't drink crazy amounts. With your tip I think I will be fine with 1L on the bike, worst case scenario is that I catch up on liquids on the run. Thanks for the help !

    [–] You know you do this... thatsyo 3 points ago in bicycling

    I live and train in the Engadine, most people cycling alone do wave ! Groups/teams are a different story.

    [–] Saw this beauty while out riding today. Version #1 of 99 thatsyo 1 points ago in bicycling

    Ah it's Switzerland, and the owner was in the coffeeshop 5 meters away

    [–] Trapped Under Ice thatsyo 1 points ago in creepy

    My physics teacher took this image for an exam a couple years back, asking us from which height he would have to fall to heat up the water to 30°C. His questions were always so morbid, we loved them.

    [–] How to make swim training suck less? thatsyo 5 points ago in triathlon

    I have the opposite problem, I love swimming, very much enjoy biking but I just can't seem to find my passion in running, the only time I enjoy it is when I'm out with friends...

    [–] Garmin forerunner 735XT still worth it? thatsyo 1 points ago in triathlon

    After seeing your review, I'm sold.

    [–] Garmin forerunner 735XT still worth it? thatsyo 1 points ago in triathlon

    Going to go for it then :) thanks for the feedback

    [–] Garmin forerunner 735XT still worth it? thatsyo 1 points ago in triathlon

    I have a rather small wrist so I think I'm going to go for the 735xt, but thanks for the tip !

    [–] Garmin forerunner 735XT still worth it? thatsyo 1 points ago in triathlon

    Thanks ! I think I'm going to go for it then :)

    [–] I ticked off one from my Bucket List today. Stelvio Pass thatsyo 1 points ago in bicycling

    Hey that's near where I lived ! And the amount of beautiful passes to ride here are amazing (Julier, Albula, Fluehla, Maloja,Bernina) and you can end up connecting most of them ! Enjoy the biking in the area

    [–] Is it true that Hong Kong is the best place to become entrepreneur ? thatsyo 1 points ago in Entrepreneur

    My father did a very similar thing that you are considering, he left Europe to Hong Kong and bootstrapped his company, but this was 30 years ago and costs were much lower. My father still has his company, still bringing a good profit. But everything has gotten so expensive. Renting office space, and life in general. The only big advantage is as you said, the absurdly low tax rate and the low salary that you would be paying.

    So if you want to make the jump it's a good option, but be prepared to spend a lot of money.

    Best of luck !

    [–] 18 and about to be homeless. I need financial advice on how to get a job, get myself back on track financially. (HK) thatsyo 1 points ago in personalfinance

    As the others have stated, you were probably in the IB program, have you looked into passing A levels? Its been a while since I left HK but if I remember correctly they do GCSEs at ESF, (West island, south island etc.) They already have some financial aid, maybe you could speak to their office about your situation ? Assuming you were leaving an IB school (CDNIS, GSIS or whatever, and had decent grades it could be an option).

    But I have to agree with my fellow redditors, your best option would be to suck up and make up with your parents and talk something through.

    Minimum wage in HK is also very low, so if you do end up having to work you better brace yourself for a major lifestyle change.

    Another option, do you have family anywhere else? Because tbh as an English speaker you have a better chance of moving to a relative's place and have them take you in until you are able to either find a job or complete a high school diploma.

    Best of luck anyways !