Sunday/ more of Hong Kong

Pictures from exploring Hong Kong.

On the ‘Avenue of the Stars’ in Kowloon on mainland Hong Kong. My colleague Samuel and I are about to take the Star ferry to cross Victoria harbor to Hong Kong Island, with its skyline behind me.
‘Impossible is nothing’, says the billboard from Adidas on Hennessey Road in Causeway Bay. The black bus below is painted in a Swiss watch maker Rado (founded 1917) ad.
Billboards in Mong Kok residential district in Hong Kong. Mong Kok is a buzzing maze of narrow streets, known for its shops. Patrick Chan is a celebrity tutor in Hong Kong. (No relation to movie superstar Jackie Chan, nor to Canadian figure skater Patrick Chan).
Budweiser beer truck on Sai Yeung Choi St in Mong Kok residential district.
A mythical creature, possibly the Lion of Saint Mark, in an upscale store window on Hong Kong Island. It looks like it is made from the colored glass called lazurite glass
Shantung Street in Mong Kok, with signs everywhere! (If you are driving, do not miss the NO ENTRY signs). Many stores are only just opening, at 10.30am! .. but I’m told they are open until very late at night.
Eye-catching beauty in a shop window. She is promoting Neway entertainment lounges, a leader in the karaoke industry in Hong Kong. 
My colleague Samuel on the southern shore of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon on the promenade by Victoria harbor. The Clock Tower behind him is a landmark building in Hong Kong. It is all that remains of the original site of the former Kowloon Station on the Kowloon-Canton Railway.
Catching the red line on the Hong Kong’s world class subway system called MTR (Mass Transit Railway) to Hong Kong Island. The subway tunnel goes under Victoria Harbor to move passengers between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.

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