In Hong Kong, le shortest and fastest way from a location to another are the mini-buses.
But there's a ritual to respect: first, you wave the driver.
Contrary to of the Occidental way, the gesture "come here" is upside down (I guess this could be explained by the fact I'm located at the oppposite site of the planet…)
You pay with your octopus card.
The driver close the door using a lever.
And let's go! (it's better quick sit btw)
The most modern buses are equipped with TV and speed detectors.
But most of drivers doesn't care actually….
To stop, you tell the driver you want to disembark, the driver raise his hand to signify he heard your request.
(again, it's better being locked on)
Finally, think of lighting up a incense at the nearest temple…