I had a hunch I need to make it out to Times Square out by Causeway Bay since that shopping mall hosts great exhibits year-round, and I was glad I did. There is a collection of giant spray cans and figures outside to invite passers-by in, and inside the atrium of the mall there is a giant rotating wooden head, surrounded by an exhibition of giant wooden figures as well as little doll figures. The one with the bandaged head and crutch is called ‘No War’ and makes a political statement, I’m sure.
I believe the International Commerce Center building in Kowloon has now opened its skydeck but alas – the smog in the city this weekend was terrible. Check out the picture second from last that I took from the taxi on the way back to Shenzhen. The apartment buildings are about 50 stories high. The ICC building visible between them, goes up for another 60 stories : the skydeck is at the 110th floor. But of course the view can only be appreciated on a clear day.
The last picture is the view if one looks back immediately after setting foot in mainland China after customs. This building is newly renovated; on previous trips I found it covered up with scaffolding.