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    • Cloye Anna


      Kid of Causeway Bay

      “I am going to IKEA. It’s really fun there…

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    • Harold Poon


      Product designer

      “Causeway Bay is where I met my wife, so I guess it’s a special place for me. I also love it because it’s got loads of character. There are all these small local shops…

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    • Paul & Jocelyn


      Lovebirds of Causeway Bay

      Jocelyn: “I moved to Hong Kong from the Chicago suburbs at the age of 11. Causeway Bay was a total assault on the senses in the best way possible – there is so much energy and vibrancy, but also an an instant connection to the pulse of Hong Kong.”

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    • Scott Chou


      Fan of President Theatre

      “I’m a huge fan of the movies. I go to the cinema at least once a week and the President Theatre is really my favourite place to go. I guess it all comes from when I was young…

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    • The Tsui Brothers


      Cartoonists

      “We’re the Tsui Brothers, the authors of Milktealogy. It’s our research project about ‘cha chaan teng’ culture here in Hong Kong…

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    • Daniel Man


      Professional football player

      “I’m a professional football player. I used to play for Lee Man FC and before that I played at the Hong Kong Football Club in Happy Valley for over ten years…

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    • Sim Sim


      Owner, Jardine Bazaar stall

      “I’ve been here for 47 years. I love the women who like my stall. They bring their relatives and friends to visit and I’ve watched them grow from young women…

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    • Annie Chu


      Causeway Bay yogi

      “Today I’m taking a Vinyasa class. I come to Causeway Bay every weekend for yoga and I like how fluid and flowy these classes are…

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    • Marian


      Tourist

      “I’m a flight attendant from Holland and I’m here for two nights. I come to Hong Kong a few times a year for work and sometimes I go sightseeing but this time…

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    • Cindy


      Newspaper vendor

      “I used to be a secretary at HSBC. No one believes me when I say that! This newspaper stand was my uncle’s, but he decided not to work anymore and I took over…

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    • Gwyneth


      Shop owner

      “I studied design and used to work in marketing. One day, I did a fashion show and one of the sponsors asked why I wasn’t in fashion because I seemed to have a sense for it…

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    • Clement Ng


      Salesperson, Journalize

      “We aren’t really like other stationery stores and people started noticing us when we were mentioned in a blog. We slowly developed our own style of running a store…

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    • Anita & Miga


      Social media strategist & make-up artist

      Anita (right): “I moved to Hong Kong when I married my husband, who is Australian Chinese. Miga and I grew up in Taiwan. She’s my cousin and also my best friend…

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    • Yiu Fung


      3 Foo Ming Street

      Established in Shanghai and brought to Hong Kong around 60 years ago, Yiu Fung specialises in Chinese snacks: pickled and preserved fruits, nuts and also dried meat products such as beef, pork and fish…

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    • Alison and Eden


      Residents of Causeway Bay

      Alison: “He loves to exercise, I like to sleep. He has OCD and I’m easy going. He likes to cook, I love to eat. It works out perfectly…

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    • Giselle


      Kid of Causeway Bay

      “Today I’m with Mummy in Causeway Bay before she takes me to playgroup. We’re enjoying looking at all the plants sold here…

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    • K1 and Chun


      Fans of Danish Bakery

      “Places like the Danish Bakery are really special. They’re independent shops and so there’s only one in Causeway. In fact, I think there’s only one in the whole…

      #Food   #Places  
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    • Ms Lam


      Flyer lady

      “I’m from Sun Wui and live in Kowloon. I’m just helping a friend to pass out flyers for a few days. I stand here and get to see lots of different people on this…

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    • Yau Lee Bean Sauce


      1A Canal Road East

      Nestled in the bustling Canal Street, Yau Lee Bean Sauce has been a top purveyor of fu yu (fermented bean curd) in Hong Kong for nearly 60 years.

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    • Four Generations of the Lee Family


      At the historic opening of Lee Garden Three in November 2018, Irene Lee, Chairman of Hysan Development remarked, “We have four generations of the Lee family here today to celebrate the opening of Lee Garden Three…

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    • Savin Kwok


      Owner, Tak Shing Tea Stall

      “My dad operated Tak Shing Tea Stall from 1972 to 2003. It was two carts in an alley between Lan Fong and Pak Sha Roads that sold milk tea, coffee, beef ball and…

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    • Christine Tsoi


      Marketing Manager

      “As a child, I would walk along this street on my way to school. I didn’t know then that decades later, I would still be passing by these same pigeons…

      Streetsnaps
    • St. Mary's Church


      Local Landmark

      St. Mary’s Church is an Anglican church that began in 1911 as a chapel for those at the Eyre Diocesan Refuge. Much of the early work depended on volunteers and donations…

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    • Hong Kong Street Snack Stalls


      Hong Kong street snack stalls are peppered throughout the city’s densest districts, serving office workers, hungry shoppers, teenagers and tourists. Each stall has its own specialty. In Causeway Bay, many of them are busy all day ladling out their signature siu mai and curry fishballs…

      Streetsnaps
    • Tia Antiyas


      Indonesian domestic helper

      “I’ve been in Hong Kong for 10 years and I feel it’s great here. It’s so much better because it’s so hard to make money in Indonesia. A lot of Indonesian domestic…

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    • Karen See


      Co-founder, {embrace} worldwide

      “I worked for a global advertising agency as its Chief Communications Officer for many years and used to catch the minibus from Causeway Bay nearly every day…

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    • Auntie Yuk


      Pantyhose vendor on Pak Sha Road

      “I’ve had customers, including celebrities and politicians, who would definitely get upset if I ever moved my stall. I’m sure they’d be asking people…

      Streetsnaps
    • Boon Yuen


      French Bulldog

      “I live above Fung Shing Restaurant. Every day I go for a walk at the Happy Valley racecourse then rest by the benches. Then we go for another round before…

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    • Dr Lam


      Retired doctor

      “I am learning tai chi from Master Tang whose moves are really beautiful. You see other people doing tai chi in Victoria Park, or elsewhere, and they are making the…

      Streetsnaps
    • Mimosa Lee


      Salesperson

      “My favourite thing in Causeway Bay? The sound of the peanut shells crunching under my feet at Inn Side Out back when it was in Sunning Plaza. I had some great…

      Streetsnaps
    • You You & Vicky


      Sisters

      “We usually go home to get changed for after-school classes, but today we’re relaxing at the park. We love playing in Victoria Park…

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    • Christ the King Chapel


      33 Caroline Hill Road

      Dedicated to Christ the King, this chapel is part of the St Paul’s compound in Causeway Bay which also houses a convent and hospital. Its history can be traced back to 1848, when four Sisters of St Paul of Chartres arrived in Hong Kong…

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    • Kyle & Victoria


      International students

      Kyle: “We are international students in Hong Kong who come to the library to work as it’s kind of distracting at home. It’s really convenient and there’s a bit of…

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    • Angel Wong


      Kid of Causeway Bay

      “I’m going shopping with my mama. We are buying a new wallet…

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    • Jason Capobianco


      Photographer & filmmaker

      “That small alley of undercover shops inside Leishun Court is a visual masterpiece, a total cinematic moment. Fruit stand, old school printer, dai pai dong…

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    • Celia Leung


      Branding designer

      “As a designer, I take a lot of inspiration from minimalistic Northern European design – which is the absolute opposite to the sights and sounds of Causeway Bay…

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    • Mr Chu


      Owner, Kung Wo Tong

      “Kung Wo Tong is a family business that can be traced back to the Qing Dynasty when herbal turtle jelly was consumed frequently. We first opened on Temple Street…

      #Culture   #Food  
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    • Amanda & Rebecca Li


      Twins

      “We love this bear so much, we tried to match our outfits with him today…

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    • Charmaine Choi


      Shopper in Causeway Bay

      “I just finished shopping at Victoria’s Secret; I was really excited when I found out they were opening as I’d always go there with my girlfriends when I studied overseas…

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    • Uncle Leung


      Street vendor

      “We picked this spot on Leighton Road today because it’s spacious and we aren’t in peoples’ way. We’ve been here for over 40 years. We used to roast chestnuts…

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    • Irene, Snowie & Kolar


      Husky owner

      “I grew up in Causeway Bay and used to live in Tai Hang, so this area has always been my home. This is Snowie and Kolar. I’ve had Kolar for a long time; he’s 11 now while Snowie is five years old…

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    • Wan Chai Fire Station


      435 Hennessy Road

      Wan Chai Fire Station is the oldest fire station still standing in Hong Kong. Its maroon facade and retro-style balconies distinguish it from other fire stations in the city, which have followed a standard design since 1958.

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    • Penn Law


      Fan of Gentle Monster

      “I’ve been living in Happy Valley since the day I was born — I’m used to living there and I wouldn’t want to leave. On my days off, I walk my dog from…

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    • Candy Cheung


      Shun Kee Typhoon Shelter Seafood Owner

      “We grew up here on the water. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Causeway Bay typhoon shelter used to be filled with these floating restaurants, but by the 90s, they’d begun to disappear. Some of the few that remained eventually shut down and opened up on-land instead…

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    • The Fjelddahl Family


      Neena, Parida, Bobo the dog, Bjorn, Noa

      Neena: “Causeway Bay is home.”
      Bjorn: “We’ve lived in Causeway Bay for about 10 years…

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    • Rosanna Ma & Ben Leung


      Zeta store owners

      “We opened our shop first on Lan Fong Road in 1986, and then we moved to Lee Garden One in 2005, so we’ve had this shop for 32 years. We have seen Causeway Bay change over these years, and we have built up so many memories here.”

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    • Uke


      Performer of Causeway Bay

      “I’m wearing makeup and costume that I bought in Indonesia for performances and competitions. I’ve just finished buying something here in Causeway Bay…

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    • Cloye Anna


      Kid of Causeway Bay

      “I am going to IKEA. It’s really fun there…

      Streetsnaps
    • Harold Poon


      Product designer

      “Causeway Bay is where I met my wife, so I guess it’s a special place for me. I also love it because it’s got loads of character. There are all these small local shops…

      Streetsnaps
    • Paul & Jocelyn


      Lovebirds of Causeway Bay

      Jocelyn: “I moved to Hong Kong from the Chicago suburbs at the age of 11. Causeway Bay was a total assault on the senses in the best way possible – there is so much energy and vibrancy, but also an an instant connection to the pulse of Hong Kong.”

      Streetsnaps
    • Scott Chou


      Fan of President Theatre

      “I’m a huge fan of the movies. I go to the cinema at least once a week and the President Theatre is really my favourite place to go. I guess it all comes from when I was young…

      Streetsnaps
    • The Tsui Brothers


      Cartoonists

      “We’re the Tsui Brothers, the authors of Milktealogy. It’s our research project about ‘cha chaan teng’ culture here in Hong Kong…

      Streetsnaps
    • Daniel Man


      Professional football player

      “I’m a professional football player. I used to play for Lee Man FC and before that I played at the Hong Kong Football Club in Happy Valley for over ten years…

      Streetsnaps
    • Sim Sim


      Owner, Jardine Bazaar stall

      “I’ve been here for 47 years. I love the women who like my stall. They bring their relatives and friends to visit and I’ve watched them grow from young women…

      Streetsnaps
    • Annie Chu


      Causeway Bay yogi

      “Today I’m taking a Vinyasa class. I come to Causeway Bay every weekend for yoga and I like how fluid and flowy these classes are…

      Streetsnaps
    • Marian


      Tourist

      “I’m a flight attendant from Holland and I’m here for two nights. I come to Hong Kong a few times a year for work and sometimes I go sightseeing but this time…

      Streetsnaps
    • Cindy


      Newspaper vendor

      “I used to be a secretary at HSBC. No one believes me when I say that! This newspaper stand was my uncle’s, but he decided not to work anymore and I took over…

      Streetsnaps
    • Gwyneth


      Shop owner

      “I studied design and used to work in marketing. One day, I did a fashion show and one of the sponsors asked why I wasn’t in fashion because I seemed to have a sense for it…

      Streetsnaps
    • Clement Ng


      Salesperson, Journalize

      “We aren’t really like other stationery stores and people started noticing us when we were mentioned in a blog. We slowly developed our own style of running a store…

      Streetsnaps
    • Anita & Miga


      Social media strategist & make-up artist

      Anita (right): “I moved to Hong Kong when I married my husband, who is Australian Chinese. Miga and I grew up in Taiwan. She’s my cousin and also my best friend…

      Streetsnaps
    • Yiu Fung


      3 Foo Ming Street

      Established in Shanghai and brought to Hong Kong around 60 years ago, Yiu Fung specialises in Chinese snacks: pickled and preserved fruits, nuts and also dried meat products such as beef, pork and fish…

      Streetsnaps
    • Alison and Eden


      Residents of Causeway Bay

      Alison: “He loves to exercise, I like to sleep. He has OCD and I’m easy going. He likes to cook, I love to eat. It works out perfectly…

      Streetsnaps
    • Giselle


      Kid of Causeway Bay

      “Today I’m with Mummy in Causeway Bay before she takes me to playgroup. We’re enjoying looking at all the plants sold here…

      Streetsnaps
    • K1 and Chun


      Fans of Danish Bakery

      “Places like the Danish Bakery are really special. They’re independent shops and so there’s only one in Causeway. In fact, I think there’s only one in the whole…

      #Food   #Places  
      Streetsnaps
    • Ms Lam


      Flyer lady

      “I’m from Sun Wui and live in Kowloon. I’m just helping a friend to pass out flyers for a few days. I stand here and get to see lots of different people on this…

      Streetsnaps
    • Yau Lee Bean Sauce


      1A Canal Road East

      Nestled in the bustling Canal Street, Yau Lee Bean Sauce has been a top purveyor of fu yu (fermented bean curd) in Hong Kong for nearly 60 years.

      Streetsnaps
    • Four Generations of the Lee Family


      At the historic opening of Lee Garden Three in November 2018, Irene Lee, Chairman of Hysan Development remarked, “We have four generations of the Lee family here today to celebrate the opening of Lee Garden Three…

      Streetsnaps
    • Savin Kwok


      Owner, Tak Shing Tea Stall

      “My dad operated Tak Shing Tea Stall from 1972 to 2003. It was two carts in an alley between Lan Fong and Pak Sha Roads that sold milk tea, coffee, beef ball and…

      Streetsnaps
    • Christine Tsoi


      Marketing Manager

      “As a child, I would walk along this street on my way to school. I didn’t know then that decades later, I would still be passing by these same pigeons…

      Streetsnaps
    • St. Mary's Church


      Local Landmark

      St. Mary’s Church is an Anglican church that began in 1911 as a chapel for those at the Eyre Diocesan Refuge. Much of the early work depended on volunteers and donations…

      Streetsnaps
    • Hong Kong Street Snack Stalls


      Hong Kong street snack stalls are peppered throughout the city’s densest districts, serving office workers, hungry shoppers, teenagers and tourists. Each stall has its own specialty. In Causeway Bay, many of them are busy all day ladling out their signature siu mai and curry fishballs…

      Streetsnaps
    • Tia Antiyas


      Indonesian domestic helper

      “I’ve been in Hong Kong for 10 years and I feel it’s great here. It’s so much better because it’s so hard to make money in Indonesia. A lot of Indonesian domestic…

      Streetsnaps
    • Karen See


      Co-founder, {embrace} worldwide

      “I worked for a global advertising agency as its Chief Communications Officer for many years and used to catch the minibus from Causeway Bay nearly every day…

      Streetsnaps
    • Auntie Yuk


      Pantyhose vendor on Pak Sha Road

      “I’ve had customers, including celebrities and politicians, who would definitely get upset if I ever moved my stall. I’m sure they’d be asking people…

      Streetsnaps
    • Boon Yuen


      French Bulldog

      “I live above Fung Shing Restaurant. Every day I go for a walk at the Happy Valley racecourse then rest by the benches. Then we go for another round before…

      Streetsnaps
    • Dr Lam


      Retired doctor

      “I am learning tai chi from Master Tang whose moves are really beautiful. You see other people doing tai chi in Victoria Park, or elsewhere, and they are making the…

      Streetsnaps
    • Mimosa Lee


      Salesperson

      “My favourite thing in Causeway Bay? The sound of the peanut shells crunching under my feet at Inn Side Out back when it was in Sunning Plaza. I had some great…

      Streetsnaps
    • You You & Vicky


      Sisters

      “We usually go home to get changed for after-school classes, but today we’re relaxing at the park. We love playing in Victoria Park…

      Streetsnaps
    • Christ the King Chapel


      33 Caroline Hill Road

      Dedicated to Christ the King, this chapel is part of the St Paul’s compound in Causeway Bay which also houses a convent and hospital. Its history can be traced back to 1848, when four Sisters of St Paul of Chartres arrived in Hong Kong…

      Streetsnaps
    • Mr Chu


      Owner, Kung Wo Tong

      “Kung Wo Tong is a family business that can be traced back to the Qing Dynasty when herbal turtle jelly was consumed frequently. We first opened on Temple Street…

      #Culture   #Food  
      Streetsnaps
    • Amanda & Rebecca Li


      Twins

      “We love this bear so much, we tried to match our outfits with him today…

      Streetsnaps
    • Charmaine Choi


      Shopper in Causeway Bay

      “I just finished shopping at Victoria’s Secret; I was really excited when I found out they were opening as I’d always go there with my girlfriends when I studied overseas…

      Streetsnaps
    • Uncle Leung


      Street vendor

      “We picked this spot on Leighton Road today because it’s spacious and we aren’t in peoples’ way. We’ve been here for over 40 years. We used to roast chestnuts…

      Streetsnaps
    • Irene, Snowie & Kolar


      Husky owner

      “I grew up in Causeway Bay and used to live in Tai Hang, so this area has always been my home. This is Snowie and Kolar. I’ve had Kolar for a long time; he’s 11 now while Snowie is five years old…

      Streetsnaps
    • Wan Chai Fire Station


      435 Hennessy Road

      Wan Chai Fire Station is the oldest fire station still standing in Hong Kong. Its maroon facade and retro-style balconies distinguish it from other fire stations in the city, which have followed a standard design since 1958.

      Streetsnaps
    • Penn Law


      Fan of Gentle Monster

      “I’ve been living in Happy Valley since the day I was born — I’m used to living there and I wouldn’t want to leave. On my days off, I walk my dog from…

      Streetsnaps
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