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Liking the Older Parts of Hong Kong

Travel takes me back to Hong Kong, my birthplace.  While the city is symbolized by the amazing skyline, dashing lights, beautiful harbour, and modern buildings, the old Hong Kong fascinates me even more.  Taking a walk along bits of the places of Hong Kong:

An entrance to a village in Shatin, used to be the countryside of Hong Kong, now a very modern town.
An entrance to a village in Shatin, used to be the countryside of Hong Kong, now a very modern town.
The Western part of Hong Kong - back in the 1970s?
The Western part of Hong Kong – back in the 1970s?
A shop selling basic household goods. No need to wait in line in a supermarket!
A shop selling basic household goods. No need to wait in line in a supermarket!
A very traditional tea shop.
A very traditional tea shop.
Part of the museum celebrating the Founding  Father of China - Dr. Sun Yat Sen.  The museum is housed in a preserved Edwardian historical building, constructed at the beginning of the 20th century.
Part of the museum celebrating the Founding Father of China – Dr. Sun Yat Sen. The museum is housed in a preserved Edwardian historical building, constructed at the beginning of the 20th century.

 

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2 thoughts on “Liking the Older Parts of Hong Kong

  1. It is very beautiful city where you were born! Very beautiful pictures that you have presented. Sun believes that there are many interesting places to visit in Hong Kong. Thank you so much for sharing such beautiful pictures.
    Be blessed! Greetings from Romania! Big hugs, Ştefania ! 🙂

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