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Fashion Show at Fashion Asia

Fashion designed by students of Institute of Textiles and Clothing
of Polytechnic University were modeled at the inaugural Fashion
Asia conference held at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Wanchai · Hong Kong | 2016
30 Nov 2016

Evans Chan with 'Raise the Umbrellas' Panel

Award-winning director Evans Chan and panel of pro-democracy
activists at the premier screening of his film 'Raise the
Umbrellas', a documentary on the Umbrella Movement of 2014,
at the Foreign Correspondents' Club (FCC) on Monday night.

The panel include leaders of the Umbrella Movement, Joshua
Wong and Benny Tai; Emily Lau, Martin Lee and Denise Ho
who were interviewed by FCC representative.

Central · Hong Kong | 2016
29 Nov 2016

Chris Patten - Dialogue with Students

Chris Patten, the last Governor of Hong Kong, has a dialogue with
students at Luk Yew Hall of The University of Hong Kong on Monday.
Over 500 students from from ten universities participated.

Pokfulam · Hong Kong | 2016
28 Nov 2016

Martin Turner Leads Critical Mass Ride

Martin Turner, Chairman of Hong Kong Cycling Alliance, leads Critical
Mass Ride, a 'protest by cyclists reclaiming the streets' that
originated in 1992 in San Francisco. By the end of 2003, the
event was being held in over 300 cities around the world.

Central · Hong Kong | 2016
27 Nov 2016

Legislators Lead Thousands in Pride Parade

Legislators lead 6,800 in Pride Parade, undaunted by rain, from Victoria
Park to Edinburgh Place in Central to demand equal rights and legislation
against discrimination based on sexual orientation.

Openly-gay legislator Ray Chan Chi Chuen and colleagues Alvin Yeung,
Long Hair (Leung Kwok Hung) and Ferdinand Cheung lead the march.
Over a hundred from Guangdong, Guizhou and all over Mainland
China join the rally.

Causeway Bay · Hong Kong | 2016
26 Nov 2016

My news report and more photos on the Front Page
of Award-winning International Newswire

There Is Hope

An art installation 'There Is Hope' in a back alley in Central.

Central · Hong Kong | 2016
25 Nov 2016

Frog King Graffiti Wall

Frog King, aka Kwok Mang-ho, is one of Hong Kong'S most iconic and
dynamic artists. Since 1967, his art and performances were at over
3000 exhibitions worldwide, including the 54th Venice Biennale.

His 'Graffiti Wall' on Queen's Road Central uses a variety of his
distinctive iconographical elements and his signature English and
Chinese 'sandwich font' juxtaposed with his smiling Frog logos,
creating a vibrant, unique and colourful Frog King space.

Central · Hong Kong | 2016
24 Nov 2016

Spicy Fish Head

Spicy Fish Head smothered in chopped red hot pepper is a renouned
dish from the Chinese province of Hunan. This is actually the
mild version. The real spicy version include chopped golden
pepper which is much more spicy.

Wanchai · Hong Kong | 2016
23 Nov 2016

Edwin Leung on Drone Photography

Edwin Leung, Director of Scout Leader Training of Hong Kong Island
(HKI) Region, on Aerial Photography using Quadcopter Drone, organised
by the Queen's Scouts and Queen's Guides Club (HKI).

Jordan · Hong Kong | 2016
22 Nov 2016

Double Happiness

The Chinese characters 'Double Happiness' is part of an art
installation named 'Knot' at the pedestrianised Lee Tung
Avenue, a luxury shopping, dinig and housing development
in Wan Chai.

This is the former Lee Tung Street, aka Wedding Card Street, which
was famed locally and abroad as a centre for publishing and for
printing of wedding cards. It was demolished in December 2007
as an Urban Renewal Authority (URA) project. The demolition was
seen as causing irreparable harm to our cultural heritage.

Wanchai · Hong Kong | 2016
21 Nov 2016

Eight Treasure Rice Pudding

Eight Treasure Rice Pudding is a traditional Chinese dessert popular
throughout the country. It consists of cooked glutinous rice with
raisins, lotus seeds, Chinese dates, preserved kumquat, longan pulp,
preserved cherry, jackfruit and shelled melon seeds.

This version, at the Shanghai Fraternity Association, is cooked in
a pumkin shell, topped with osmanthus syrup before serving.

Central · Hong Kong | 2016
20 Nov 2016

Zeng Jinyan on Desiring China

Zeng Jinyan, a Chinese blogger and human rights activist, co-curates
with Professor Ho Sik Ying on 'Desiring China: Sexuality and Female
Subjectivity', Chinese independent documetary screenings at HKU on
15 Oct to 19 Nov. Zeng was named TIME Magazine's '100 People Who
Shape Our World' in 2007 as a hero and a pioneer.

Pokfulam · Hong Kong | 2016
19 Nov 2016

Praying Mantis

The praying mantis is named for its prominent front legs, which
are bent and held together at an angle that suggests the
position of prayer. There are over 2,400 species and
about 430 genera in 15 families

Ma Liu Shui · Hong Kong | 2016
18 Nov 2016

Sung Addresses CUHK Graduates

Vice Chancellor and President Joseph C Y Sung addresses graduates
at the 81st Congregation of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK).

Ma Liu Shui · Hong Kong | 2016
17 Nov 2016

World Press Photo 2016

'Whale Whisperers', by Mexcian photographer Anuar Patjane Floriuk,
wins second prize singles in Nature category. A humpback whale
and her newborn calf swim near Roca Partida, the smallest island
of the Revillagigedo archipelago, off the Pacific coast of Mexico.

Over 150 arresting and compelling images from the World Press Photo
competition since 1955. This year’s competition attracted a total
of 82,951 images by 5,775 photographers from 128 countries. These
photos take us through the pivotal moments in the past year, at
Jockey Club Creative Art Centre through 16 Nov.

Shek Kip Mei · Hong Kong | 2016
16 Nov 2016

Leong Kai Tai Photo Moments

Master photographer Leong Kai Tai has been capturing the world
with his camera since 1976. The '70.40. Leong Kai Tai Photo
Moments' exhibition reviews his prolific works across different
periods as he turns 70, at City Hall through 21 Nov.

Leong captured here at 'Selfie Station' designed by visual
artist Kacey Wong.

Central · Hong Kong | 2016
15 Nov 2016

Supermoon over Jardine House

Tonight's full moon is not only the closest and brightest supermoon
of 2016 but also the largest since 1948. It is observed next to
Jardine House with circular windows and nicknamed 'The House
of a Thousand Arseholes'.

Central · Hong Kong | 2016
14 Nov 2016

Flowing Glowing Lava at Kilauea

Flowing and glowing red-hot lava at Kilauea, site of the
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which is currently erupting,
pouring hundreds of gallons of lava into the Pacific.
This is taken during the Feb 2005 eruption.

Big Island · Hawaii · USA | 2005
13 Nov 2016

Waikiki with Diamond Head

The World-renouned Waikiki Beach with iconic Diamond Head, a
volcanic tuff cone on Oahu, Hawaii, in the distance. It was
named by a British sailors in the 19th century, who mistook
calcite crystals on the adjacent beach for diamonds.

Honolulu · Hawaii · USA | 2016
12 Nov 2016

Snorkel Hanauma Bay

Snorkeling with a feast of colourful fishes in Hanauma Bay, Oahu's most
popular beach for sknorkeling - in Hawaii.

Hanauma Bay · Hawaii · USA | 2016
11 Nov 2016

Surfboard Alley

Surfboard alley in Waikiki, Honolulu - Oahu's most popular beach -
in Hawaii.

Honolulu · Hawaii · USA | 2016
10 Nov 2016

Green Turtle at Kahalu'u

Green Turtle frequents Kahalu'u Beach, one of the best spots for
snorkeling and surfing on the Kona coast of Big Island, Hawaii.

Big Island · Hawaii · USA | 2016
9 Nov 2016

Sunset at Kilauea

Fiery sunset lights up the mountain-side silvergrass (Miscanthus)
at Kilauea, site of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which is
currently erupting, pouring hundreds of gallons of red-hot lava
into the Pacific.

Big Island · Hawaii · USA | 2016
8 Nov 2016

Driftwood at South Point

Driftwood at Ka Lae, also known as South Point or simply 'The Point'
on the Big Island of Hawaii and the southern-most point in the
United States.It is believed that the first Polynesians to
arrive in the Hawaiian Islands disembarked here at Ka Lae
somewhere between 400 and 800 AD.

Big Island · Hawaii · USA | 2016
7 Nov 2016

Venus Protects Portuguese

Ten large Portuguese mosaic murals are on the grounds of Camoes Garden
and Grotto, the oldest park in Macau. At the entrance is the mosaic
of Venus protecting a Portuguese ship from evil spirit.

Santo Antonio · Macau | 2016
6 Nov 2016

Mandarin's House

Mandarin's House, a historic residential complex in Sao Lourenco, Macau,
was the family home of the late Qing theoretician and reformist Zheng
Guanying (1842-1921). He completed his masterpiece of Shengshi Weiyan
(Words of Warning in Times of Prosperity) in the house. With an area
of 4000 sq m, which is amongst the largest family houses in Macau.

Sao Lourenco · Macau | 2016
5 Nov 2016

Green and Gold / New and Old

A green heritage building in Taipa old town sits against the
glittering gold facade of a casino in the background in Macau.

Taipa · Macau | 2016
4 Nov 2016

Airing Laundry

Laundry is hung outside for airing and drying in the sun in Santo
Antonio area of Macau.

Santo Antonio · Macau | 2016
3 Nov 2016

Natives in the Park

Two old men hang out in the park shooting the breeze leisurely
in Santo Antonio area of Macau.

Santo Antonio · Macau | 2016
2 Nov 2016

Bamboo Installation

A bamboo installation in Santo Antonio area of Macau.

Santo Antonio · Macau | 2016
1 Nov 2016

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