Other Sights of Hong Kong (3)

At Causeway Bay, among a dozen “boat houses”, a man listens to the live broadcast of horse races as his dog looks on:


Onshore in a shack house, an old woman also listens to the radio with her dog resting at her feet:


At Tai O, a fishing village on Lantau Island, a seafood seller waits for customers:


Stilt houses (called “pang uk” 棚屋) line up on both sides of the river, giving Tai O the nickname of “Hong Kong’s Venice”:

A man strolls along Tung Choi Street, also known as Ladies’ Street because of the availability of thousands of cheap goods at the hundreds of stalls set up on that street:

Hong Kong 2010

An old woman takes a rest at a bakery shop:


A deli food stall has a lot of soy sauce chicken and BBQ pork on sale:


A snack bar with toilet-themed setting:


Brush work on demand:


The menus of a neighborhood diner:



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