Hong Konger's like the Mini because it looks cute and is made by BMW, the wonderful chocolate creations at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and more from Hong Kong Cemetery.
The Hopewell Centre shoots out green lasers at night time, it also has a revolving restaurant on the 62nd floor and has been around for around 40 years, that makes it iconic but somewhat dated
I am a bit of an odd Englishman, I do not like tea, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Mini's.
The Mini is hugely popular in Hong Kong because it is seen as cute but more importantly it has status as the car is made by BMW - not the two best reasons to buy a car.
I am wondering if Bob (really) or the other guy was responsible for this amazing chocolate creation on display in the Mandarin Oriental Coffee Shop, simply masterful.
Lugard is a famous name in Hong Kong, we have Lugard Road at the Peak so I am thinking that this chap was a member of the famous Lugard family, we had a Governor named Lugard from 1907 - 1912.
This grave (and many others) is located in Hong Kong Cemetery in Happy Valley
Isn't this a magnificent view of Aberdeen and Aberdeen Marina + some of our outlying islands?? WOW!! This was taken from Peak Road on the way to the Peak.
I could be wrong but I am thinking that this car belongs to someone high up in TVB which is one of our major TV Stations here... this was parked at a fancy apartment block at the Peak.
I actually put in a bit of effort to make my spider images interesting and creepy
Not quite the Opus but I could certainly live in this lovely old colonial apartment block on Stubbs Road on the way to the Peak.
I imagine there is a fascinating story here... this gravestone is in St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery in Happy Valley
It is quite hard to make a tree look interesting but I am trying