In view of the Government’s announcement that large-scale events will be cancelled for 14 days from 7 January, the Hong Kong Cyclothon, originally scheduled for 16 January, will be cancelled. Participants will be informed of the latest arrangements. The Hong Kong Tourism Board will closely monitor the situation and decide on a future event date.
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Wong has been capturing his nearby neighbourhoods for seven years. “The pace in Hong Kong is a lot faster than that in other places, giving me a lot of elements to create art,” Wong expressed. "We can observe the characteristics of the city through photography, and seeing things change every day is no doubt a very ‘Hong Kong’ experience.”
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Lau believes taking photos at night is a unique Hong Kong experience because the night scene in Hong Kong is found nowhere else. There is more worth capturing in the city than just the famous neon lights and harbour views. “It is special to look at the city even later in the night when the streets are empty. Empty streets with dazzling lights give a taste of cyberpunk,” Lau said.