Coffee is a popular drink in many parts of the world. Many of the coffee farms are that provide the beloved coffee beans are located around the equator in mountainous, rural areas. But there are some coffee farms located right next to major cities, like the one located just outside of Hong Kong.
Lai Chi Wo village is about 20 miles from central Hong Kong. In the 1950s, before the rise of coffee, many locals moved out of the village to find more jobs. Many went to the UK (Hong Kong was a British colony at the time), but in 2010 the local government wanted to revive the village of Lai Chi Wo and encouraged the residents to return to the village.