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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 everything. You can go for a walk in Victoria Park, you can get food really quickly. There’s a nice vibe – the library is a little quiet place but you come back out and it’s typical Hong Kong Causeway Bay which is awesome.”

Victoria: “There’s so much energy around. We like finding new places in CWB. Some of the buildings look dingy but when you walk up the stairs, you’ll find it’s a complete oasis. There’s this element of discovery. I would describe CWB as chaotic and diverse.”

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Feature

Causeway Bay embodies the many facets of Hong Kong – the fast pace, fascinating contrasts and dynamic energy. From the city’s very beginning to the present day, its diversity and vibrancy makes it a beloved neighbourhood.

  • Sam Pinder


    General Manager, Hong Kong Sevens

    Sam Pinder laughs when he is asked why he became a rugby player. “I hail from New Zealand – and I’m pretty sure when you get born there, you get a rugby ball…

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    Streetsnaps
  • The Tsui Brothers


    Cartoonists

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