Some photos from people working in Hong Kong Security guard Langham place, a major mall in Mong Kok. One of his jobs is to make sure people do not sit in this hallway. There are few other places to sit in the mall without paying for them. A colourful sanitation worker Pork legs on one... Continue Reading →

28. Photos from my walks

Red birdcages somewhere near Kwun Tong Taxi's in the rain seen from my window The beautiful Star Ferry A rainy day in San Po Kong Drying or dumping vegetables near Kowloon City Consumed Offerings Large graffiti-advertising in San Po Kong Doing the laundry Broken airconditioning behind bamboo scaffolding in Kwun Tong

15: Signs in Hong Kong

I love signs. They tell us about the history and character of a place. A sign tells us how something wants to be represented. In Hong Kong, signs are everywhere. Written on buildings; jutting out on rusty poles; printed; handwritten; Glowing in neon, or not at all; marking its colonial legacy, or moving forward. What... Continue Reading →

14: Night time shops in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is much more than the malls and the luxury goods extravaganza that you will most likely see as a tourist. Below is a small selection of different shops during the evening. Vegetables, dried goods, Property, you can buy it all in the short hours after work where people can be people again. Kowloon... Continue Reading →

12: Sitting in Hong Kong

Hong Kong can be a difficult place to sit. The metro stations and shopping malls have little to no places to sit. Hong Kong is a place of hostile architecture, it does not want you to stop but keep walking and walking, buying and buying. Sitting in  Hong Kong is usually designated towards the numerous... Continue Reading →

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