China needs a moral core, and it needs religion to gain that, some people argue.

I am not convinced, but rather into exploring how people – be they others or us – do or do not make themselves at home, aiming to find how to really live in this world.

Religion and spirituality certainly are a part of this world, including in China. The ancestors need remembering (and goods), New Year’s Day requires a call to help from above… and in Hong Kong, there are not only temples of interest, even the curbside can see spiritual places.

One just has to look rather than miss, distracted by other things or immersed in one’s very own aural cocoon, what’s right at one’s feet: