There was one item I forgot to add in my Hong Kong posting yesterday. People have asked about SARS-related measures that I may have encountered. As it turns out, at border crossings, such as aiport immigration and the immigration lines at the ferry terminals in Hong Kong and Macau, as well as other public places such as museums, there were thermal imaging devices in place as well as someone watching to perform additional fever checks. You often had to stop upon attempting to gain entrance to stand in a spot while they scan you to verify that you don’t have a fever. Whether effective or not, it does provide a sense of relief that the authorities are at least on the look-out.