Causeway Bay is one of the premiere shopping districts in one of the premiere shopping cities of the world. During the day it is bustling with people stopping by to pick up the latest fashions by the biggest and smallest designers and brands. One of the coolest things about Causeway Bay, though, is that it’s not pretentious. Around the corner from the high-end designer flagship store is a little noodle shop selling steaming bowls of goodness for the equivalent of a few dollars.
This is a shot of some Hong Kong Mini Busses lined up along a back street in Causeway Bay. This isn’t one of the bus stops, so I’m not sure what they’re waiting here for, but I thought it was a cool shot.
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A street food vendor preparing snacks for hungry shoppers.
Miscellaneous griddled meats and stir fried veggies stuffed with fishcake.
Chopsticks and sauce from a little tofu shop that sells fried tofu, dessert tofu, and soy milk drinks.
Cleanup supplies ready for the nighttime cleanup crews.
A late night line of taxis at the taxi stand waiting to take people home.