Week 14 in pictures

Friday 17 April 2009, 8.01pm HKT

That was the week that was in a few words and a few pictures. (Click on image for a bigger photo.)


Pianist at Pacific Place, Hong Kong: probably the best-looking of all so far seen. (12 April 2009)


The flagpoles are still bare nine 12 years on. People talk the big talk about responsibility and duty, but we see different. Those who cannot wear their medals are now left like this. (The Cenotaph, Hong Kong, 12 April 2009)


The money behind the regime. ‘Nuf said. (Central, Hong Kong, 12 April 2009)


New shades in Wanchai district. (12 April 2009)

All photos © Robert Lee

2 Responses to “Week 14 in pictures”

  1. vivi said

    Now I realize that icon is uuuuuuuuuuuu


  2. Icon???! Or the avatar? Anyway, well done! Epic observation!


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