Karen Mok in concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum. (She also does some acting in her spare time, and you may have seen her in movies like Fallen Angels and So Close.) Musically a bit more interesting than the usual Cantopop
slush, and enhanced by some fabulous Kylie-style OTT staging.
(Those things at the bottom of the second picture are 'pong-bong sticks'. Everyone gets handed a pair on the way in: inflatable plastic tubes that make the most irritating sound on earth when you bang them together.)
The second picture features the experimental use of sunglasses in front of the moby lens to see if it helps.
Plus the inevitable view from the top of the Peak.
Only just noticed how the humongous buildings make all the traffic look like toy cars.
It's true, I was less financially successful at Happy Valley races than I was at Shatin (see earlier). Though with a backdrop as good-looking as this at their evening meetings, who cares, really?
With movie trailers and music videos playing continuously on its screen in a hideously unrealistic fashion.
Zombie breakfast special at the Excelsior Hotel, Causeway Bay.
Introducing part two (of four) of
Spank's Hong Kong & Macau Gallery 2005: Hong Kong Island (plus a quick detour Kowloonside).