Report and vocabulary
It may be a concrete jungle but Hong Kong has more similarities with the great outdoors than you might think.
14 storeys up a skyscraper, you can find one of the 11 urban beehives around the city.
Like many conurbations, Hong Kong has enough flora for bees to pollinate and harvest nectar from.
Following Chinese tradition beekeepers in Hong Kong don't wear any protective gear.
- concrete jungle
a phrase to describe a city with many large buildings and skyscrapers and few green areas
different levels of a building
structures where bees live together
large urban areas where different towns have grown and joined together
- to pollinate
to enable plants to produce seeds and therefore reproduce. Pollination happens when bees, other insects or the wind carry pollen from one plant to another.