My favorite way to describe the uniqueness of Hong Kong is that this place is so rich in British influence, and yet so authentically Chinese. With Britain governing Hong Kong until 1997, which can be considered as relatively very recent in historical terms, Hong Kong has been transformed into a metropolis with a stature that matches other major cities in the world. Along with modern skyscrapers and as a busy Asian financial hub with a thriving expatriate community, at the same time Hong Kong holds a very authentic sense of local Chinese culture.
I can't find a better way to photograph Hong Kong than to capture the juxtaposition of the East and West which we found throughout the different districts.
Tsim Sha Tsui