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Hong Kong Moments

Hong Kong is an amazing place, something I had almost forgotten in the eight or so years since my last visit. It's very hard to take a ten-minute wander and not find all of your senses challenged (mostly in a positive way...).

My recent visit at the beginning of November was to attend the Global Mobile Broadband Forum event.

But I also had time to take a couple of photos as I walked between meetings and sought out some caffeine. Here are a few pictures I thought were worth sharing. Click on the picture below to start the slideshow.

Misty Morning
All was calm as I crossed the water by train to get the AsiaWorld-Expo site near the airport.
All was calm as I crossed the water by train to get the AsiaWorld-Expo site near the airport.

— Ray Le Maistre, Circle me on Google+ Follow me on TwitterVisit my LinkedIn profile, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

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Orianasison 3/19/2020 | 2:54:21 AM
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Mitch Wagner 12/7/2015 | 6:51:34 PM
Re: More time needed I hear there's a plan to mount the entire island on giant wheels, to make it portable. 
Steve Saunders 12/7/2015 | 5:14:52 PM
Re: More time needed Food, primarily. Was unable to find a decent meal the week i was there. God knows i tried! And it;s too far away. They should move it. 
Mitch Wagner 12/7/2015 | 4:27:24 PM
Re: More time needed Why do you hate Hong Kong? We're not letting you off the hook until you answer. 
Steve Saunders 11/30/2015 | 10:38:05 PM
Re: More time needed I'm not taking the bait (hahahaha did you see what i did there?)
[email protected] 11/30/2015 | 11:18:05 AM
Re: More time needed Maybe because you never visited the Po Kee Fishing Tackle shop.
Steve Saunders 11/30/2015 | 10:36:46 AM
Re: More time needed I hate hong kong. 
Ariella 11/30/2015 | 9:12:55 AM
Re: More time needed @ray I see. 
[email protected] 11/30/2015 | 6:26:19 AM
Re: More time needed No fishing... I just liked the name of the shop...
R Clark 11/30/2015 | 5:40:11 AM
Re: A view from the train Thanks for posting, Ray. It's quite a photogenic place.

The last photo of quiet, pretty Tung Chung Bay is one to savour. The bay will soon be disppear under two massive artificial islands and a flyover as part of the Macau bridge project (aka  'bridge to nowhere').
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