Making a fire with sticks, cooking without a stove, getting water from a creek – this is the every day routine for Mok Ho-kwong, a 36-year-old m

Is it possible to live off-grid in Hong Kong? ‘Yeah Man’ grows his own plants, makes fire with sticks and is raising his two-year-old son closer to nature

Is it possible to live off-grid in Hong Kong? ‘Yeah Man’ grows his own plants, makes fire with sticks and is raising his two-year-old son closer to nature

Is it possible to live off-grid in Hong Kong? ‘Yeah Man’ grows his own plants, makes fire with sticks and is raising his two-year-old son closer to nature

Is it possible to live off-grid in Hong Kong? ‘Yeah Man’ grows his own plants, makes fire with sticks and is raising his two-year-old son closer to nature

Is it possible to live off-grid in Hong Kong? ‘Yeah Man’ grows his own plants, makes fire with sticks and is raising his two-year-old son closer to nature
Is it possible to live off-grid in Hong Kong? ‘Yeah Man’ grows his own plants, makes fire with sticks and is raising his two-year-old son closer to nature
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Making a fire with sticks, cooking without a stove, getting water from a creek – this is the every day routine for Mok Ho-kwong, a 36-year-old man who chooses to live a simple and green life in the New Territories of Hong Kong. Mok, who calls himself “Yeah Man” (similar to the Cantonese pronunciation of wild man), started living off the grid 13 years ago. “I studied leisure management at the University of Hong Kong, but I learned a lot about nature and the environment...

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Is it possible to live off-grid in Hong Kong? ‘Yeah Man’ grows his own plants, makes fire with sticks and is raising his two-year-old son closer to nature

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