Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island during the weekend can change your perspective on the meaning of "busy".
The longer you linger, the busier it gets.
and then finally…
… you’re left with just one option – move with the crowd.
If you miss the Hong Kong double-deckers skyscraper feeling, Causeway bay would be a good place to tour around…
Walking around Causeway Bay I noticed a special kind of building on 2A Tai Hang Road. St. Mary’s Church is a slightly different kind of church. Take a look…
Seems like St. Mary’s Church is part of the Sheng Kung Hui Hong Kong Anglican Church (Episcopal). Interesting architecture. I wonder what a Chinese Jesus and Maria look like.
I found this next "report" with some explanations :
Hong Kong is a place of religious freedom, and hence there are many religious buildings with distinct characters. Most of them were built during the colonial period, and they possess a variety of styles, such as Classical Revival, Gothic, Renaissance, and etc. We think that the most unique type are the ones that incorporate both East and West cultural elements, so-called "Chinese Renaissance" or "New Mode of Chinese Classical Architecture". St. Mary’s Chapel and Tao Fong Shan Christian Centre are representative of this kind of architectural style. These historic buildings stand as testimony of Hong Kong as a place where East meets West.
Finally, not too far away is the impressive Hong Kong Central Library with some nice photography exhibitions of local artists on the ground floor.
If you’re into shopping, you could spend days in that area moving around between shopping malls and stores. Consumer world at the very extreme.