HKG Car Licence Plate - No. 13 | Licence Plate sold for US$948,715
Car Licence | Vanity Plate sold for HK$7,400,000 or US$948,715 - it is number 8 on the 100 most expensive Licence plates LIST in Hong Kong Rolls Royce cars in Hong Kong Hong Kong Culture | Personalised and Traditional Car Licence or Vanity Plates Go here for the absolutely definitive list of Hong Kong Cars with Licence Plates | Vanity Plates costing more than US$128,205 or HK$1,000,000 - www.flickr.com/photos/j3tourshongkong/albums/721577144608... All information regarding auction prices of…
No Mixed Blood, No Mixed Bones: The Ongoing Saga of Hong Kong's Eurasian Cemetery - Zolima City Magazine
Discrimination against Eurasians in Hong Kong once extended to the afterlife. Now the heritage of a cemetery dedicated to this once-marginalised group is under threat.
HKFP Lens: Greg Girard's nocturnal wanderings in Hong Kong, 1974-1989 | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP
Canadian photographer Greg Girard first started taking photographs in downtown Vancouver, taking the bus into town from his suburban home as a high school student. He first visited Hong Kong as a teenager in 1974, travelling to the city on a freighter from San Francisco. Since then, he has lived in Japan, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, […]
Greg Girard - Work - Hk:pm 1974 1989 (book)
Greg Girard is a Canadian photographer (b. 1955) who has spent much of his career in Asia, first visiting Hong Kong in 1974, and later living in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Shanghai. He became a professional photographer in 1987, based first in Hong Kong and later in Shanghai. His work to date has examined the social and physical transformations taking place throughout the region.
Graham Player : Master Chan, I've kept my promise
Graham's life story is by no means less ordinary than a Chinese Kung Fu novel. Born handicapped in an unforgiving world of discrimination, he has tasted wealth and losses. It was Kung Fu that helped him face each of his life hurdles.