Thursday, August 06, 2015

Hong Kong People

Here are some of the people I saw on the streets in Hong Kong on a very hot day.   They are all somewhat odd in some way, yet very Hong Kong from another perspective.

On Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, a man was loudly scolding someone whom nobody else can see.  

In Yaumatei, a youngish man seemed to be enjoying himself, even though he was probably living on the street. 

Further down, a lady in a multi-coloured dress was wearing a hijab, with only her eyes visible.  Usually a hijab goes with a black or blue dress covering the whole body from head to toe.  Not this time.

A Caucasian lady was eating shu mai (燒賣) while crossing the street, just like a local.

A man was carrying a baby while trying to cool the baby with a trendy electric fan, while the lady (perhaps the mother?) was eating egg waffle (雞蛋仔).  

Instead of a baby, a dog is being carried around in a baby stroller.  More and more people nowadays prefer to have pets rather than children.  

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