In Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, during the month of July 2018 it’s been the twenty year anniversary for the world leading innovative Hong Kong International Airport in which celebrating that day on the Sixth of July 2018, is Cathay Pacific’s also Cathay Dragon crew iconic flash mob dancing among with the HKIA’s staff, and well known artist celebrating the anniversary with mass of crowds of passengers in HKIA’s terminal.…
Twenty year Anniversary that’s co-relates is the anniversary of the MTR Hong Kong Airport express that transport countless passengers from MTR’s Hong Kong Island Central Hub in the IFC buildingin where you can check into your flight also your luggage before your flight at HKIA MTR Hong Kong Central’s delicate Airport Express… In which you can check in with every regularly ten minutes train services, taking you and your check in luggage on least than twenty four minutes train flight time towards your destination terminal at the Hong Kong International Airport…
The Airport Express train comes with innovative packages such as airliner comfortable seating that features in China made Bullet trains with free Wi-Fi, charging stations services that’s located in your seating in which you can either work, relax, or keeping up with your socials, while transiting towards the HKIA aircraft terminals…..
In this case Jetso Hunter whom loves a smart deal, in which she can’t let any great deals slip away… Even though on such a good deal when she’s on her way towards the Airport Express stations… In which unsuspected deal comes along in a free shuttle bus, she curious in which what’s the catch.. ? Well the catch is the services ride is free in which takes you along the routes to various Kowloon or Hong Kong stations in which to take you towards to the airport express in Central, located in the IFC building… in which you can check in the next bus arrives timing within on the MTR Hong Kong application under Airport express ….
Hong Kong Central -中環- is located in the very center of Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong.. in which is more boarded into the western District of Hong Kong Island.. it is greatly opposite to the Central business area of Tsim Sha Tsui across the Victoria Harbour- in its previous name of the district was formerly named Victoria City that naming of Central hasn’t been used, or it’s been rarely utilized for name..
Within the Central, it’s one of the many cores cities that within Hong Kong Region.. as existing today is still the main focus area for international First Class for Multi Nationals finances – technologies Corporations- also the many countries consulates also a massive networks of arrays of Malls every level to be located within that district… Central’s landscape is like the in Mainland China’s Grand Canyon in the Hubei Province in where organically through time the Hubei’s Canyon landscape carved out by wind ice into towering mountains landscape like in throughout Hong Kong Landscape in which is replaced with the Concrete, metal steel glass towering buildings within a tropical forest that surrounds Hong Kong Also the mountainous areas of New Territories…….
The Hong Kong Central landscape is like the China’s Grand Canyon in the Hubei Province……..
Tamar Park Admiralty- looking back at the city landscape with the towering mountains like inorganically grown everso changing landscape..
in the background is the IFC building with the only building in Hong Kong the Hong Kong Shanghai Bank in which still can be relocated if needed..
when you look at the Hong Kong Centrals landscape you can see the layers of history that’s taken place with intensive construction as each level …..
canyons of towering mountains with ever changing oriental skyline..
canyons of towering mountains with ever changing oriental night time lantern skyline..
In the backdrop is the iconic design the HSBC – Hong Kong Shanghai Bank also the second tallest building in Hong Kong the IFC building tower -412 meters tall..
Walking towards heading towards the Victoria Peak Tram to Garden Road.. in which is around the corner..
Looking at the back drop is the HSBC- Hong Kong Shanghai Bank.. walking past Garden Road in Central looking at St. Johns Cathedral..
Looking back at gorgeous times views New Territories Hong Kong towards Tsim Sha Tsui Kowloon Photographer Kevin James Ng for KevinJamesNg.com月LunaCrescent.com
The HSBC Hong Kong Shanghai Bank is one of the most Iconic innovative buildings that’s design like the with Traditional Chinese building designs… that design is to it allows the building to be relocated like the Forbidden City. or any Traditional Chinese building.. .
Central in Hong Kong, is also was developed by the People of Hong Kong, also from the day from the day of British arrived developing Central on Kowloon Peninsula in which Central could be knowingly extended outwardly towards Sheung Wan, Aberdeen Street –Wing Kut Street with Admiralty.. After 1997 during the handover the People of Hong Kong made the region stronger with long term planning in which Hong Kong Has gone through strength to strength more. As that strength in long term planning translated in the succession of continuous buildings- construction developments that played turn Hong Kong region’s building towering landscape that it’ll always keeping itself already always in tomorrow…
When I look at every individual building, also every single street in Hong Kong, this case in Central each of its own has its own story to tell, in which its individual design has lot of to say about its functionally how it reacts to the street environment organically, in which that organically component is Feng Shui- wind- water.. Also within that Feng Shui component each building is design according to street layout in which given way of giving them more flow of good energy in some cases like other designs try to absorb that good energy also deflect negative energy… in which the street way orientated to that manner in which that…every street town planning has a it’s Feng Shui elements..
Changes towards the night its view is always constantly changing throughout from the morning towards the later in the night with its neonic towering city landscape, the Symphony of Lights which begins at 2000 Hours Hong Kong Time every night… in which it lights up from Wan Chi towards the Central, in which most of the building neonic with a symphony light show in between Tsim Sha Tsui……
CANTON ROAD sits in between next to Kowloon Park Drive also next to Kowloon Park in the Tsim Sha Tsui Area in which is a which is a major Roading network that interconnects with the reclamation land of West Kowloon, of Tsim Sha Tsui, Jordan, Yau Ma Tei Also Mong Kok on the Kowloon area of Hong Kong -New Territories …..
Walking pass the bridge every morning for the duration, also for the duration more, for that the bridge along the Gateway road in away fromKowloon park in which that connects from Austin road.. Formerly named the MacDonnell Road after there was a massive slight confusion with another road already named on Hong Kong Island… In which renamed on 1909 to Canton Road to align with some city, province names in Mainland China to avoided any other further confusion down the process.. …
Canton road is one of the many iconic roads in Hong Kong in which it’well developed as with great view sliver the busting life of Hong Kong..
as the sunset on Canton Road there’s still life breathing below in keeping the city alive with untold stories unfolding..
As sunset begins it warms up the Hong Kong Street once more till in the Sunrise the next morning.. with it jade yellow hues..
Among with a great road , is also the view in the background is the Hong Kong Culture Center one of many iconic Hong Kong theater buildings
there was one TVB televsion series in which the spot where I’m standing it was the many locations used for a Lawyer premise Television series ” Law and Disorder”
Among the stores is the Apple store that Canton Road store is one of sixth stores that’s located around Hong Kong..
As evening fall to night Canton Road takes on a different life with the essences of life of the day working as people working hard later in the night with passion in their work..
Looking down the Southern Tsim Sha Tsui Part of Canton road as walking to and from China Ferry Terminal building in which is situated at 33 Canton Road… you can see abundances of life that are within the Malls, shops, hotels, commercial also apartment complexes with life throughout the day onwards to night of various sorts of sizes that during as I walked midway on that pedestrian Bridge during the day also night looking down wards towards Tsim Sha Tsui towards the Hong Kong Culture Center across the Victoria Harbour towards Hong Kong Island… in commonly looking at the Wan Chai Central Plaza…..
Walking midway of the Pedestrian Bridge in which was a location shot for few Hong Kong TVB Television series “Law and Disorder’ a interesting Lawyer premise series with interesting office politics also the family whom founded it… I could see the whole section in various part of Canton Road downward where there an Apple Store… In which there are six places around in Hong Kong… Canton Road happens to be one of smaller ones compare to the IFC Building one in Central on Hong Kong Island… among this road it was used early this year for the Chinese New Year events in which Cathy Pacificsponsored in having an after parade party… but the interesting view is seeing feeling the history how that section of road was develop over the few past hundreds years also I could stand and watch the people below as the daily stories unfold on either side of the bridge with the traffic moment of people going along their daily business with the transportation that’s along the ….
Even though looking at the buildings that are recently new there is some interesting heritage building complexes that had an incarnation of life to them with a different servicing of needs… in which walking down on Canton road is totally walkable downwards the Hong Kong Culture Center…with timeless views that I can never forget
As “Hong Kong Arts festival- Art Central” waiting on between 21st to 25th March 2017. The event located in the Hong Kong Island, in Central Harbour Front, in the location nearby the IFC Building, nearby located in Hong Kong Observation Wheel. As the” Art Central” takes shape with the installation of the Massive tent that awaits them…
As Hong Kong Art Central Tent takes shape, there’s another installation that’s recently installed in “Pacific Place” in which an innovative social media German artist Julius Popp, a German media artist… the Art installation is constructed out from the cargo shipping containers, as BIT.FALL Installation is constructed inside the Pacific Place’s lobby, using various technologies, also industrial materials. One of the many messages is to create an awareness of Art, in which people whom haven’t had the time in visiting an art galleries in their local neighbour, the other message is to create awareness of the social news events that being displayed digitally translated into a curtain of a digitally trending words in a waterfall as illustrates various layers, types, media of information travel rapidly in today’s world that rectory to humanities surrounding through the concept of installation of Art in Chinese and English digitally worded….
The BIT.FALL – Julius Popp is held in between 13th March – 6th April 2017 in Pacific Place at 88 Queensway, Hong Kong., located above Admiralty MTR Station. The BIT.FALL – Julius Popp installation co-exist with the Hong Kong Art Central events, the installation is in collaboration with Julius Popp, CHOI&LAGER Gallery Pacific Place-Swire Properties Art Month