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Hetalia Asians promoting their respective cultures to "tourists" (i.e. the rest of the cast). Top to bottom: Ka Lung (head-canon name for Hong Kong), Mei En (head-canon name for Taiwan), Thailand (need a name for him), Kim (head-canon name for Vietnam), Yong-Soo, Kiku, and Yao - Art by Uli

The Asians countries (Hong Kong Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, and China) from Hetalia as drawn by Uli.

360/365 - The Streets of Hong Kong | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

What a fascinating city! it never sleeps and the beauty is outstanding. Also, the Star Ferry is just fun along with the Stanley Market. What a blessing to have been able to visit Hong Kong. The Streets of Hong Kong

Meandering Foreigner

Dear the rest of the world, Asia has been rocking neon lights for decades. Its literally everywhere.

Cool graphic via Cognac and Coffee. I've got Amsterdam, Hong Kong, London and Paris covered...now to hit the rest!   : )

cities of the world. Where are the Asian cities ? Where are the cities of India, China, and other cities? DON"T say cities of the World, Please!

Yum Cha. Lavender-Rd-Hawker-Centre, Hong Kong

Chinese people love to "yum cha" in the morning and enjoy some steamy dim sum.

Vintage Tommy Hilfiger Cardigan - Minor Stains Condition - 7/10! This sweater shoes signs of bleach staining throughout blue fabrics. The rest of the sweater is in great condition.  Brand - Tommy Hilfiger   Size - Mens Medium  Color - Ivory and Navy Blue   Material - Cotton  Origin - Made in Hong Kong Tommy Hilfiger Sweaters Cardigan

Vintage Tommy Hilfiger Cardigan - Minor Stains

Vintage Tommy Hilfiger Cardigan - Minor Stains Condition - 7/10! This sweater shoes signs of bleach staining throughout blue fabrics. The rest of the sweater is in great condition. Brand - Tommy Hilfiger Size - Mens Medium Color - Ivory and Navy Blue Material - Cotton Origin - Made in Hong Kong Tommy Hilfiger Sweaters Cardigan

Dimsum is very traditional Chinese food, You can find the best in Chinatown in Singapore.

Dim sum is also called yum cha, which means 'drink tea' in Cantonese. Dim sum is a style of Chinese cuisine where small dishes of food are served with tea.

1950s Hong Kong Street Photography from Fan Ho. More about Hong Kong on The Culture Ttrip

The Best of Culture in Hong Kong

Critically acclaimed Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the and taking gritty and darkly beautiful photos of street life in Hong Kong. His photographs are to be published in his new book “Fan Ho: A Hong Kong Memoir.

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