Tag Archives: Hong Kong


This is a story of a middle-aged man who gambled his son’s college fund away:



Lights And Lines Of Central, Hong Kong

Here’s is a long-exposure shot of Hong Kong. Hong Kong is infamous for its city lights. In the background, you can see the Cheung Kong Center and the Bank of China tower; 2 of many distinctive buildings of Central, Hong Kong.

Nautical “Naut”

Can’t resist a terrible pun!

Sunday At Stanley Park

I love spending Sunday’s in Stanley Park (also known as Stanley Market). It’s a far trek from the core of Hong Kong but it is a great way to get away from the bustling crowds of the city.

You are always sure to catch various sights, sounds, and activities!! (PS. As you can tell, I’m absolutely drawn by cinematic tones and colours at the moment):

Shopping. Mothers. Daughters. Doggies.

Parents. Babies. Boo-boos.

Sun. Shade. Refreshing gelato.

Dates. Couples. Wedding Photos.

Kids. Bubbles. Play.

Tian Tan Buddha

This larger-than-life statue sits atop a peaktop in Lan Tau. It took 240 gruelling step to reach the top, but well worth it. What an impressive piece of work!

A View Of Hong Kong From The Peak

Only after a rainfall will you get a clear view of Hong Kong like this. I took every advantage of it! This photo was taken from the Peak in Central.

New Kicks

Shoes take quite the beating on Hong Kong pavement… so I bought myself a new pair.