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Hong Kong 2011 | 香港2011

by Henry on May 6, 2011 · 0 comments

in Events, Fun Pix

Just back from a recent holiday trip to Hong Kong, in early May. Wishing to stay for longer for more sight-seeing but… there’s always next time! Anyway, please enjoy the photos.

We arrived on the 30th April in the morning, luggage checked in and walk about in Hong Kong at Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Billboards everywhere to be seen, on Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong.

Touristy stuff, on Nathan Road.

White iPhone 4 is finally here!

Genuine egg tart – In Perth we have”custard” tarts which are called “Egg tart”.

Carnavon Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.

A worker talking on the phone, during his break time.

There were plenty of bridal shops… In Hong Kong actors and actresses are often used as wedding models for advertisement.

1st May 2011. On our way to AsiaWorld Expo via MTR subway.

We arrived early at the AsiaWorld Expo, at approximately 6:24AM. There was nobody around…

Ma waiting for opening…

Buddhism service, dedicated to King of Peacock Buddharajni.

Veteran TBS photographer – Tony Chau

2nd May 2011. When I was taking this photograph, a passenger to the right said “Chi Sin” (Cantonese). In English it means “Crazy”.

Panorama on the bridge, crossing Lung Cheung Road.

Entrance to the Wong Tai Sin Temple. We visited Wong Tai Sin Temple in 2000, and this was our second time visiting here!

Most of the visitors come to the temple in search for a spiritual answer via a practice called Kau Cim. They light incense sticks, kneel before the main altar, make a wish, and shake a bamboo cylinder containing fortune sticks until a stick falls out. This stick is exchanged for a piece of paper bearing the same number, and then the soothsayer will interpret the fortune on the paper for the worshiper. (Source: Wikipedia)

Mong Kok, billboards are everywhere.

Fresh sugar cane drink. Moment later I was told by the shop owner not to take any more photos.

Wife’s cake (or sweetheart cake)

Ladie’s Market

Evening market at Wan Chai market, along the Stone Nullah Lane.

Fresh seafoods

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