After introducing Kwun Yum Temple and Lux Theatre in the last two posts, I kept hanging around Hung Hoi District. Then I found a small, old temple in the middle of the pavement? Yes, the temple is just at the center of the T shape pavement blocking the way. Of course, a temple wouldn’t be built in
Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, All these world famous names came from Hong Kong. They built up the kingdom of HK films and brought HK fi
Hung Hom is located next to Tsim Sha Tsui. In Hung Hom, there is a temple called Kwun Yum Temple.
Kwun Yum, or Guanyin, is one of the most important Buddhist
If you have come to HK, you may feel that the HK airport is so big and beautiful. It’s because the HK airport is one of the best and biggest airport in the world. But HK airport is only 21 years old. 21 years ago, we had the Kai Tak Airport and it was one of the most dangerous airports in the world.
It’s time to start introducing Sham Shui Po to you! For more about Sham Shui Po, please read my previous post:
In Sham Shui Po, we can see an orange building
In 2017, I shared a photo of Sham Shui Po, HK in steemit. I described it as the real local night view of HK.
Last month, I visited Sham Shui Po again. At the same location, the view had already changed a little bit. New buildings are rising up.
Yesterday, I passed by the Champagne Court. From the photo you may just treat it as a normal building but actually it’s one of the most unique building in Tsim Sha Tsui of HK. People may even treat it as a mystery building just like the Chungking Mansion. How’s it special? Let me tell you.
Initially, I planned to publish my Hong Kong Snapshot in series but my new job is quite busy. I may not have time to study a place to give you a full description of a place about it’s history, culture etc. , or I can only write a post in long time. So I have to write my Hong Kong Snapshot randomly i
The last stop of my Beijing Trip, it’s the QIANMEN DAJIE.
Qianmen Dajie (Dajie = Main Street) started developing in the 15th century. It has been a traditional commercial district in Beijing. Qianmen Dajie is at the south of Tiananmen Square, Central Axis of Beijing. The end of Qianmen Dajie is the
A week after HF20, Steemit finally back to normal. Let me continue the travel to Beijing.
There are too many places worth visiting in Beijing. On the last day of the trip, we visited the Temple of Heaven, the existing largest religious buildings for prayer to Heaven of the world. Built in 1420, the
The #7 of my Beijing trip! I had introduced some good places in Beijing. Again, time to introduce some good food! Let’s try the Peking duck!
Checked about the history of Peking duck and it’s a quite interesting story: The origin of Peking duck is N
Coming to the #6! I had introduced the Great Wall, the Ming Tombs and the Forbidden City! They are royal cultural buildings. And today, I would like to introduce HuTong, a representative of the civilian culture!