So I bought the BS1363 cable that lets you plug our Teslas into a standard 3 prong socket in Hong Kong from a fellow member here. You need this for plugging into most CLP/government provided charging spaces in Hong Kong. First of all, let me say that this type of charging is unnecessary in my view because of the availability of Superchargers in HK. For me, it seems more like a practical emergency back up. The benefit is that when you are plugged into these outlets, such as the one at Ma On Shan Center, you are entitled to free parking (5 hours at MOS Center and I hear up to 10 hours at Science Park). For now, CLP has been subsidized by the gov to provide the charging at no cost until I think end of this year. After that, they will charge an amount through your Octopus card. The charge rate is MUUUUUUUUUCCCCH slower than Superchargers. I went in with 229kms of range and after an hour and half, it only got up to 254kms. So this is more like for extending the time between Supercharging rather than a replacement OF Supercharging; unless you have access to this type of charging over night and while at work. Here's some pics on my first charge at the Mira Shopping Center parking lot (FYI port number 3 seems to be broken as of 22 Oct, 15 as I ended up having to move the car next spot to use number 4).