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    A day in the life of Causeway Bay


    Feature

    The rhythm of its streets changes constantly from dawn till late into the night, capturing the ebb and flow of its people as the spaces they inhabit transform throughout the day.

    • Grandma Poon


      Resident of Causeway Bay

      “I was born on Lockhart Road back in 1933. I was 20 years old when I was sent to Cuba to be married and have a family. We came back in 1960 and later bought property…

      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
    • Sandy Ki


      Owner, Old San Yang

      It’s difficult to imagine Causeway Bay as anything but a bustling metropolis, but Sandy Ki has witnessed the neighbourhood evolve into the burgeoning business and shopping hub it is today…

      Interviews
    • Andrew Chui


      Managing Director, Tai Ping Koon Restaurant Group

      Tai Ping Koon started in 1860 during the Qing Dynasty, when Guangzhou was an accessible entrepôt for foreign trade…

      Interviews
    • Jimmy Lee


      Owner, Red Pepper

      “In 1967, I worked as an apprentice at an architecture office by day and then went to night school. I worked on the first floor of the Lee Garden building…

      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
    • 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
    • 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

    A day in the life of Causeway Bay


    Feature

    The rhythm of its streets changes constantly from dawn till late into the night, capturing the ebb and flow of its people as the spaces they inhabit transform throughout the day.

    • Grandma Poon


      Resident of Causeway Bay

      “I was born on Lockhart Road back in 1933. I was 20 years old when I was sent to Cuba to be married and have a family. We came back in 1960 and later bought property…

      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
    • Sandy Ki


      Owner, Old San Yang

      It’s difficult to imagine Causeway Bay as anything but a bustling metropolis, but Sandy Ki has witnessed the neighbourhood evolve into the burgeoning business and shopping hub it is today…

      Interviews
    • Andrew Chui


      Managing Director, Tai Ping Koon Restaurant Group

      Tai Ping Koon started in 1860 during the Qing Dynasty, when Guangzhou was an accessible entrepôt for foreign trade…

      Interviews
    • Jimmy Lee


      Owner, Red Pepper

      “In 1967, I worked as an apprentice at an architecture office by day and then went to night school. I worked on the first floor of the Lee Garden building…

      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
    • 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
    • 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
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