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  • Stranger in Hong Kong

    Stranger in Hong Kong
    Cognitive dissonance hits when familiarity meets foreign in Hong Kong.
  • FULL/half: A Cozy Café for Your Sweet Tooth!

    FULL/half: A Cozy Café for Your Sweet Tooth!
    If you’re looking for a decent dinning place to enjoy some nice food with friends or if you’ve got a sweet tooth like us, FULL/half is the place that you can’t miss in Hong Kong!
  • A Symphony of Lights in Victoria Harbour

    A Symphony of Lights in Victoria Harbour
    The cityscape at night along the Victoria Harbor is stunning in its own right, but A Symphony of Lights makes it even more spectacular. After wandering around the Avenue of Stars, we decided to look for a good location in the Victoria Harbor waterfront to watch the famous “A Symphony of Lights.”
  • Wholesale Fruit Market (Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong)

    Wholesale Fruit Market (Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong)
    Coming out from MTR Exit B2, you will find a cluster of aged shelters, and some pre-war stone constructions within, surrounded by a bunch of high rise buildings. It is Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market.
  • Escape from the City: Po Toi O, Hong Kong

    Escape from the City: Po Toi O, Hong Kong
    If what you’re looking for is a place to enjoy truly delicious seafood in Hong Kong, besides tourist hot spots like Sai Kung, Lau Fau Shan, Lamma Island, and Lei Yue Mun, a small local fishing village called Po Toi O should be your perfect choice!
  • Lamma Island, Hong Kong

    Lamma Island, Hong Kong
    Lamma Island is a great place to get away from the busy Hong Kong crowds and hectic street life. For a relaxing afternoon on a small beach, this is the place to be!
  • Disappearing Nan Sang Wai? (Hong Kong)

    Disappearing Nan Sang Wai? (Hong Kong)
    Nan Sang Wai is where Bei Bei used to live and this is also the favourite filming location of a TV station. The large forested woods and broken bridge are its trademark. If you watch the news or drama serials often, you will be very familiar with it.
  • Ladies Street

    Ladies Street
    Ladies street is one of the busiest street in Hong Kong, it is also known as Tung Choi street. It is an open air bazaar. It is located at the central area of Mong Kok City. Mong Kok is also a crowded city which full of buildings, shops and people. In Ladies street, you can find cheap commodities and also a lot of replica product which made in Hong kong are mainly sold.
  • Star Seafood Floating Restaurant, Hong Kong

    Star Seafood Floating Restaurant, Hong Kong
    How do you like to spend your holidays?
  • Yun Man Square, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong - Snapshot of a city

    Yun Man Square, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong - Snapshot of a city
    With the Kwun Tong Town Centre redevelopment right at the doorstep, the face of the historical Yun Man Square is destined to dramatically changed. How construction stie will fence out the massive traffic of people here is beyond imagination.
  • LomoShop

    LomoShop
    I went to Hong Kong for a weekend holiday. In Hong Kong you can find a "LOMOGRAPHIC SHOP", it's easy to go, you can go get by the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) and get off in Central Station. During my first time here everything was so cool. I went into the shop, it only has one lady in the staff. She was very nice and friendly so I went there just to buy a book. So good lucky the shop still has 4 of one book. I'll buy one for myself, I think if you are a true LOMO fan you need to have one of these books called "Don't think just shoot" Do you have one already? If you don't, hurry up the LOMO shop in Hong Kong still has got 3 left. GOOD LUCK :) I bought "Don't think, just shoot" book because it has a story about what LOMO means and very good pictures.
  • Around Hong Kong

    Around Hong Kong
    After meeting last outside the foundry pub on an old street - under a sunny summer day - Rupert made a visit to Hong Kong. Friday night was spent heading down to the harbor, walking around central, Soho then heading home for an early night to stock up on some serious energy.
  • Out to Sea: Appreciating the Symphony of Sky and Sea at the Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter

    Out to Sea: Appreciating the Symphony of Sky and Sea at the Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter
    To most of the people in Hong Kong and also tourists, Causeway Bay is just a popular shopping district, with a lot of shopping malls, department stores, and restaurants. But in this busy district, there is a place where you can quietly enjoy the spectacular view of the sea and sky, and appreciate the beauty of our city.
  • Yun Man Square, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong

    Yun Man Square, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong
    With the Kwun Tong Town Centre redevelopment right at the doorstep, the face of the historical Yun Man Square is destined to dramatically change. How construction stie will fence out the massive traffic of people here is beyond imagination.
  • Walking on the Dragon's Back

    Walking on the Dragon's Back
    The Hong Kong Trail Stage 8 was voted as the No.1 hiking track in Asia back in 2004. It goes along the Dragon's Back, where you can see the beautiful scenery of Shek O and Stanley.
  • Hong Kong Disneyland Park

    Hong Kong Disneyland Park
    Visiting Hong Kong Disneyland Park for the first time was a memorable and fun experience. It felt like I became a kid again! It’s not only suitable for children, but for the young at heart as well.
  • Mosque on the Mid Levels

    Mosque on the Mid Levels
    In this vast ether, devoid of all but allure, I am lost. The roads have all merged into one long timeline to which photographs or short poems are added to keep memories fresh. Faces appear in my memory from time to time and I have to go back to that timeline to figure out where I met them, and what we shared. The days shrivel. They pass in blurs, sometimes a few slip by while I wrestle with sleep. The clouds lay heavy. My mind is weighed down in thought. The times are strange. My ability to move forward is hindered by options. I lay swaying in the comatose condition of the condemned.
  • 1881 Heritage: Day and Night

    1881 Heritage: Day and Night
    There are places where photos taken at different times of the day or of the year can end up looking completely different - 1881 Heritage is such a place.
  • A Nice Little Walk in the Chinese University of Hong Kong

    A Nice Little Walk in the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    When I studied there, I used to have nice walks in The Chinese University of Hong Kong. With its spectacular view over the Tolo Harbour and with its combination of nature and architecture, it is a wonderful place to capture the beauty of nature under different times of the day and different seasons of the year on film.
  • Mido Restaurant (Hong Kong)

    Mido Restaurant (Hong Kong)
    Mido Restaurant is a Hong Kong style cafe located at Yau Ma Dei, Temple street. Inside the restaurant, it has a very retro feel. From the decoration of the floor, furniture, you could feel the age of this restaurant. This restaurant started operating from 1950 and it is still in operation until now.

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