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Hong Kong Dichotomies

I’m continuously fascinated by the dichotomies of Hong Kong: old, run-down buildings next to sleek and modern skyscrapers, a colorful 16-person public transportation bus next to a Porsche at a red light, traditional Chinese...

Happy Valley Horse Races

Horse racing is very popular in Hong Kong. It is common to find men gathered together on the streets, watching the horse races on TV or listening to them on the radio, with their...

Lantau, the Big Buddah & Ngong Ping 360

Lantau Island is the largest island in Hong Kong and is home to quaint fishing villages, lush green mountains, beaches, the famous “Big Buddha” and the Ngong Ping 360 cable car. Lantau Island can...

Visiting Cheung Chau

Cheung Chau, a small island shaped like a dumbbell, is a quaint fishing village that harbors colorful junks and is lined with charming narrow streets. This little gem is located only 40 min, via...

Looking Up in Hong Kong: The Story Behind Every Window

Sharon Radisch sends us the first couple of diptych photos from her series on the dichotomies that exist in Hong Kong. These photos are centered around the different windows seen in the countless high...

A Trip to Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak

Over the weekend, Sharon made it to the top of Victoria Peak and sent us these two breathtaking DSLR images. More fantastic photography and blog posts will be coming your way this week! View from...

Touchdown in Hong Kong!

Sharon Radisch has arrived in Hong Kong! Her dream trip is just getting underway! Read her first short blog post below and check out two stunning images from her DSLR camera. Check this trip page often...

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