I always fond of Hong Kong. Despite it's free of VAT, Hong Kong is a very tall country with well-organized citizens and well-planned city development.
Instead of re-telling about how my visit last time by words, I chose to tell it by pictures. They said pictures tell thousand stories, rite?
Anyhow, it's been a very long time I didn't use my camera.
|A Busy Hour to Serve Lunch|
Location : Aberdeen Restaurant, Argyle Street, Hong Kong
|MTR caring for Life's Journey|
|No such too Morning to Get the Business Done|
|Gaining Luck for Chinese's Favorite Phone|
|Weekend Escape for the Migrant Workers|
|City of Double Lights|
|Economics Main Generator|
|Ordinary day of Native Hong Kong|
|Two sides of tales|
|Line for All|
|Mind Our Business|
|A Response for Student's Protests|
Well, the last one is special. Because not every day we can capture a boat with Go Home sign. In a response of students protests which turn out take a long time, the fishermans ask students to stop what they're doing because (though) for good cause, their actions hurt Hong Kong economics.
That's not all. Later if I have enough mood and time, I will write down my stories while visiting Hong Kong. Hope you enjoy it!
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