Stores have been pumping Christmas music and the lights in Tsim Sha Tsui East have been up for weeks, but somehow it doesn’t quite feel like the holiday season has kicked in. I took these photos a while ago, but I delayed posting them until now since most people were still walking around in t-shirts. […]
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Friday night I stopped by the soft opening of PP Club. The combination disco / karaoke is located in the far corner of Tsim Sha Tsui East, close to Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the footbridge to the Hung Hom Coliseum. PP Club claims to be the biggest club in Hong Kong at 20,000 square […]
Several people have told me that you can judge the current state of Hong Kong’s economy by the vibrancy of the yearly Christmas displays. Entire sections of the city are draped with multiple-story lights in celebration of Christmas and Chinese New Year.
One of my favorite scenic sections of Hong Kong, the waterfront promenade in Tsim Sha Tsui, finally reopened after a few years of renovations. The walk begins at the Star Ferry terminal, and continues towards Tsim Sha Tsui East. Strolling along the harbor you are treated to breathtaking views of the skyscrapers of Hong Kong […]
Hong Kong’s modern architecture is impressive enough on its own to make other cities jealous, but during the holiday season – sometime between December and when Chinese New Year takes place – around early February – the city turns it up a notch. This time of year, the lights have already gone up and the […]