1. Victoria Peak I debated for a bit with myself if I should put Victoria Peak as my number one, because let’s be honest, it is probably the most touristy thing you can do in Hong Kong. I wish I could be a bit more original, but the truth is that I simply can’t, because a …

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Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, fondued in the 1950’s, is one of the most known Buddhist temples in Hong Kong and one of Hong Kong’s top attractions. I went there on a sunny Sunday morning while staying in Hong Kong over the summer. We got up early in hope to see the temple before the crowds, …

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   Happy New Year everyone!!! I hope you all had a great start of 2016! and her is last part of my Summer in Hong Kong series, if you’re interested check out part one and part two  and my HK iPhone photo diary 🙂 I hope you enjoyed seeing Hong Kong through my lens. I definitely had …

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  The second part of my Summer in Hong Kong photo series. Incredible, exciting and super fun summer, that I spent in University of Hong Kong, doing a summer course about creativity in East Asia, living in two different hotels and a student dorm, hanging out around the city with new and old friends, discovering …

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   I spent this summer in Hong Kong, one of the most amazing, crazy and inspiring places I’ve ever seen. I felt a deeper connection with this city, ever since I’ve visited it for the very first time almost two years ago. It’s a melting pot of cultures, modern and traditional world, Chinese and western, …

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  My love affair with this city started about 2 year ago, when I was 20 and living in Shanghai. Everyone was saying how amazing Hong Kong is, and I knew that I had to visit it before I leave Asia. I remember my very first evening in Hong Kong, we arrived late and went …

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  Shek O is a little heaven on Earth. It’s a little paradise, that I’ve almost missed when I stayed in Hong Kong over the summer. In general my stay in Hong Kong was very active, every single day I would explore new parts of the city, hang out with new people and try new …

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If anyone ever tells you that Hong Kong is all about the big city, don’t believe them. If you come to Hong Kong and choose not to make an effort to get out of the busy Hong Kong Island or Kowloon it might be the case, but only 30 min boat ride and about 20 HK …

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