In Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong on 4th November 2018 Hollywood Road in which is in located in newly trendy setting fashionable Sheung Wan- Central district in which set to be partying up with a Hollywood Road Street Carnivalwith public free admission with numerous artistic series of workshops, exhibitions with performances that reflects the rich cultural neighbourhood history of Sheung Wan also its city Hong Kong.. Also the Richness history of Hollywood Road towards its present… in which starting out 1200 hours towards 2030 hours Hong Kong Time… From Wyndham Streetto Aberdeenstreet in between from Tai Kwun and PMQ.. in with its key historical buildings as its way points from Tai Kwun, PMQ, Man Mo Temple Compound.. In which you find nearby Yi-Ming in which is internationally acclaimed for its innovative iconic Qipao- Cheongsams…. On 50A Tung Street Sheung Wan…
The event is organised by the Hong Kong Government’s Commissioner for the Heritage’s Office... in which is department of the government is conservation and Revitalize of the heritage of Hong Kong… in which during past events of the of the Hollywood Road Street Carnival it attracted over fifty six thousand visitors.. Among with over twenty exhibitors with always memorable cultural experiences that you can reflect back too with Nostalgic photography back lots of the past.. with over ten performances….
On8th October 2017 in Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong,there’s a challenge that’s going on between the world champion racing cyclist Wong Kam Po with Uncle Hung whom has thirty years of delivery experience in home delivery of gases cylinders to homes and business in Hong Kong in which Uncle Hung is among many whom deliver within The Hong Kong Region.. as both compare they rides, Uncle Hung’s ride is over fifty years old with that old school reliable durability build handing over two or more gas cylinders both try out different rides ..
The Sun Hung Kai PropertiesHong Kong Cyclothon… Starts out with eight segments… on that eight October 2017 on Sunday… in which from early in the morning at 0530 Hong Kong Time… to the closure of the event falls at 1700 Hours Hong Kong Time… in which Amateur, professional to International racers… As the Race it stretches in between fifty Kilometre to thirty Kilometre ride… in during the event there road closures has it’s mapped out here. The route of the race in in between Eagle Nest Tunnel, Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Sheung Wan, Starting also finishing point is Salisbury Road…
8 October 2017 (Sunday)
Time Table for the Sun Hung Kai Properties Hong Kong Cyclothon…
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……
My next stop was back to Hong Kong Island in traveling back in first ferry by the time of getting back it was just walking back along the Tsim Sha Tsui Streets… in which was almost evening as I got back orthough.. Boat journey seeming this time was quicker than going towards Cheung Chau…. looking back at the same off the place where Police constable –Wong Tai Mui- Grace Chan adventured to with fellow actor Tony Hung whom plays an actualization of the Pirate King Cheung Po Tsai whom own, patrolled the South China Seas…..
As I disembark the ferry, from the First Ferry terminal in making way for the MTR for back towards Tsim Sha Tsui… in which did fully in Austin road terminal for some dinner in some off street restaurant for some wonton noddle soup….
My next day was onwards towards using the Hong Kong Trams in going for some exploration, in which they call Ding Ding’s in which the sound of the Trams bells makes, Ding Dings is not just a Zygon detector or a device that sense the presents of weeping Angels temporal residues throughout time and space.. In which the Hong Kong Double Decker Trams was established as the very first modes of public transport of Hong Kong Island over 110 years ago in which was establish proposed in 1881 then installed land on tracks on 1904 with a first fleet of 26 carriage trams in which was mostly built in the United Kingdom…
The modern Iconic Hong Kong Tram network today operates in between west to east coast of Hong Kong through Central, Admiralty… in between those two points in runs between on route between Kennedy Town, Western Market, Happy Valley, North Point, and Shau Kei Wan in which some of those routes do overlap each another… in which that network is length wise is about thirteen Kilometres, of a total track length of thirty kilometers..
Going on the Double Decker Trams is relative easy, also it gives you a general unaided self-exploratory tour of Hong Kong Island to see the anthropologically feel of neighborhoods among the trams routes to see how place developed throughout urban- suburban designs also though sense of feel of the neighbourhood of people’s life as you look past by hand crafted window wooden frames…. Also its relative less expensive the simple ticket is relativity least three United States Dollars… In which you can payable in cash or by simply Octopus card by as you leave once on your chosen point of destinations…
As I was travelling on the tram in going westwards from taking the Central towards Kennedy town, alongside towards Sheung Wan, for some dry foods. In which Sheung Wan District has been noted for one of the best places of finding dried foods, along the western Des Voeux Road before Kennedy town..
As travelling in one, during that time even though viewing the neighbourhood also it’s people’s lives outside the hand crafted window wooden frames anthropologically, as well you can see that within inside the passengers whom boarded it from the rear door and exiting in the front of the tram…. As I boarded the tram it’s basically a living museum on the go, as I could see the historically relics that are still installed analogue, like the gears, the dials, the foot pressed bell, that became so Iconic that rang Ding, Ding signalling its way the once wooden bench chair seats are now replace with retrofitted plastic vacuum form ones that looks like it’s dated back from the 1970’s.. From those days, Hong Kong Trams comes in all forms of advertising liveries… in which makes them distinguishing individualistic from the rest also in brightens up the neighbourhood as they go…