I think it was an 8-inch high carbon Henckels, but I can\’t be certain. Whatever he was brandishing at me was very shiny, very expensive, and very sharp. He was obviously a professional. He\’d probably used it in the artful and effortless creation of many an unforgettable gastronomical delight after graduating top of his class [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Causeway Bay’
A man crossing a busy street makes a fashion statement in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
An old woman walks down Hennessy Road trundling newspapers for sale in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The city\’s elderly population percentage continues to rise dramatically, so post-retirement employment has risen in order to sustain Hong Kong\’s economic development.
Bowrington Road Market, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The first legitimate roof I\’ve hit outside of Toronto. We met the sweetest security guard ever, and she told us to be careful before giving us a wink and helping us up and down the caged ladder. Sure didn\’t see that one coming. I\’d never felt so welcome [...]
Hong Kongers really like their Coke, which almost always comes in glass bottles. The Chinese name for Coca-Cola (可口可乐, ke kou ke le) is not only an accurate transliteration, but also a great slogan, since it roughly translates to \”tasty and happy\”. Kudos to the marketing team on that one, because more often than not, [...]
It\’s a weekend morning, but Hennessy Road in Causeway Bay has already been awake for hours. Jackhammering construction workers fill the air with dust and noise. Cars and buses shuffle past. Shoppers crowd Times Square. Cleanup crew sweep the sidewalk and a woman pushes a cart loaded with newspapers. A chef slices meats in the [...]