Trying to bring contemporary art to public space in Hong Kong the Mobile M+ Inflation exhibition that closed this week at the West Kowloon Cultural District setup mind provoking floats that – combined with the gloomy Hong Kong weather –
If you’re looking for truly panoramic views of Hong Kong, then it would make sense that the best place for that would be Hong Kong’s tallest tower – the International Commerce Centre, which just so happens to be located in
To wrap up the West Kowloon Promenade & Culture District visit to the 2009 Hong Kong Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism Architecture following are a few shots of what’s close by in the area of the West Kowloon Harbour –
Though I’m not sure I understand it all, the “2009 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism Architecture” aims to “help envision a new model metropolis that uses social capital as the main driving force”. It’s actually the first
Hong Kong is working hard at developing the Victoria Harbour as a prime tourist and cultural attraction. The local government is investing around 3 billion US$ into redefining West Kowloon as a culture hub, in a 4-5 years project.
Elements shopping mall, located in the Kowloon MTR station in western Kowloon just upstairs from Airport Express going towards the airport, can compete for Hong Kong’s grandest. Going through the shopping mall, which I heard nothing about before arriving there,