Tag: Hong Kong
After a rather grey and gloomy winter, it seems that finally there are some signs that spring is in the air in South China. For an avid car spotter and photographer this brings with it what the Chinese might call a case of ‘double happiness’. From a petrol-heads point of view, it’s great to see more interesting cars on the roads as drivers take the opportunity to enjoy the cool, dry weather and from a photographers stand point, there’s an increased chance of getting some good early-morning light. With this in mind here are some photographs that I took at sunrise last weekend.
Click through to see a few more and read another one of the HK Bureau’s excellent write-ups! […]
Our man in Hong Kong has resurfaced, with some pictures of a true legend. He had this to say about the car: Hong Kong’s trends, fashion and pop-culture are heavily influenced by what is big in Japan, and the car scene here is no exception. The Initial D comic series is very popular in Hong […]
Work – who needs it? Unfortunately I do which is why I have haven’t posted any Hong Kong news since back in… May…?! My, doesn’t time fly. Well, after the supercar saturated months of March and April things were a little slow by Hong Kong standards. The amount of cars at the Sunday Morning Drives […]