2 years ago. Locals call it "Monster-Building". The complex behind me is actually composed by 5 connecting structures and were build in 1960s. Lower floors are used for shops and the upper floors as residences. It's a private residential area, so take care to respect people who live there.
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With the limited amount of land in Hong Kong, the city's history has been one of building vertically rather than horizontally. This has resulted in some pretty fascinating architecture as shown through these photos taken by @uwo—
I met my twin, the girl who always have my back since first year of college 🙈.
📍Culinary class, #niagaracollege [I almost burnt my pot of veggie soup, sorry chef👩🏻🍳].
I love riding the “ding ding” (tram) in Hong Kong. It’s such a nice way to take a breather and slow down from the bustling city. E and I rode from Kennedy Town to Central (20 min) on the upper deck and watched people hurrying to their destinations from above.