Rules & Regulations for fishing in Hong Kong

The worst busker I have heard in Hong Kong, a lovely house and where an earth did I leave my bike?

 

 At least you can still use a rod and reel

At least you can still use a rod and reel

I doubt there are many fish left in Hong Kong waters, the Government banned trawling by our fishing fleet a few months back.. it seems that they are pretty serious about the whole issue... I am curious about the suction device.. I have visions of a bloke and a vacuum cleaner sucking up fish. 

 Truly, truly awful

Truly, truly awful

This American chap hangs around near the IFC Mall entrance / Star Ferry bridge every weekend, knocking out famous sing - a - long tunes, people like to take his photo but you can tell by the grimaces on faces that his musical talent is somewhat questionable. 

I do not know which is more offensive, his singing or the flashing neon lights on his guitar and guitar case.... He sells CD's of his work, I am thinking of buying one for my Mother in Law for Christmas. Just to annoy her you see. 

 Nice house

Nice house

Located at the top of Kotewall Road in the Mid Levels lurks this very lovely house, I could certainly live here at somebody else's expense for a year or three,

 Bike lot at Mui Wo on Lantau

Bike lot at Mui Wo on Lantau

I imagine it is a problem to a) find your bike and b) actually get it out! this is a huge bike lot at the Mui Wo Ferry Terminal on Lantau Island... and not a bad image! 

 Bamboo

Bamboo

All I can think of is how many snakes, spiders and bugs lurk in this patch of bamboo

 The most important building in Hong Kong

The most important building in Hong Kong

This impressive building is the liaison office between the Communist Government in Beijing and the Hong Kong Government.. if you look closely you can see the strings as Hong Kong dances to Beijing's tunes. As political statements go, this is the biggest in Hong Kong

 Still life

Still life

Well, I think it is an interesting image! 


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Posted on June 11, 2013 .