Lam Yik Fei of Getty has captured Hong Kong from above…
Below is part two of Sarah Choi‘s colourful Hong Kong street photography. Click here for part 1 and for more about Sarah’s work.
A team from HK URBEX explored the former premises of St. Joseph’s Anglo-Chinese School in Kwun Tong.
The huge white building is unmissable due to its large Christian cross, yet the campus has been abandoned since 2010.
Sarah Choi is an award-winning photographer from South Korea.
She currently works as a branch manager for a Korean textile company in Hong Kong.
Tsing Yi Paint Factory 太古漆廠 sits glumly on the northwest side of Hong Kong.
A team from HK URBEX explored the derelict site earlier this month.
Englishman Edward Barnieh has a sizeable Instagram following, where he showcases his shots of Hong Kong. Today, he shares some of his favourites with Hong Wrong…
He says, “I try to capture both the beauty and the reality of Hong Kong. How it is enjoyed by both locals, visitors and people who have never experienced this fascinating city.”
Xyza works for an ageing Chinese-Australian woman in a wealthy part of Hong Kong.
Alex Ogle moved to Hong Kong from Washington DC two years ago. He is a photojournalist on AFP’s photodesk, mostly working as an editor…
However, he occasionally gets to take shots around the city for work and hopes to one day become a full-time photographer.
Completed in 1972, Jardine House was the tallest in Asia, built on reclaimed land under the agreement that no other building would obstruct its views. With 52 floors, it was constructed with a metal frame and a curtain wall and round windows – a design which earned it the nickname “House of a Thousand Arseholes.”…