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A Visual Exploration Of Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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Updated: 5 October 2016
Most people know Wan Chai as Hong Kong‘s nightlife party district or for its hustling and bustling streets. But there is more to the district than that. Here are some images exploring everyday life within the neighborhood.

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Lee Tung Avenue | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Embracing the sunshine | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Tai Wong Street East | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Old meets new in contrasting architecture | © Sheridan Telford

 

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The beginning of Wan Chai Gap Road to the Wan Chai Green Trail | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Pak Tai Temple, built by local residents in 1863 | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Look up | © Sheridan Telford

 

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An injection of color | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Concrete life | © Sheridan Telford

 

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St. Francis Street | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Local shrine | © Sheridan Telford

 

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A little siesta in Starstreet Precinct | © Sheridan Telford

 

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A hidden food gem in Starstreet Precinct | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Natural ethereal charm against a backdrop of concrete | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Moonshine & The Po’Boys in Starstreet Precinct featuring a southern gothic charm | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Fruit juice stand along Queen’s Road East | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Wan Chai Market | © Sheridan Telford

 

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An abandoned lion’s head | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Street art and wall décor at Lee Tung Avenue | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Johnston Road | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Lockhart Road | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Back streets and local stalls | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Hustle and bustle | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Ding Ding | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Stone Nullah Lane’s Wet Market | © Sheridan Telford

 

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Stone Nullah Lane’s Wet Market | © Sheridan Telford