Saturday July 13th, 2013
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Old Tenement Buildings in Kowloon City by Gary Yeung HK, on Flickr
The building on the left was a typical pre-war tenement building in Hong Kong. Normally, there should be two wings on both sides of the central staircase but for this building, the right wing has been torn down and was replaced by another tenement building which was likely built in the seventies. The marks of the floor plates are still clearly visible on the right wall of the older building on the left.
Practising Kung Fu in the Park by Gary Yeung HK, on Flickr
This is the second sketch I did today in Kowloon Tsai Park, Hong Kong. In the late afternoon, under the shade of this pavilion, I sketched these two very hardworking Kung Fu masters practising along with the framed Kowloon cityscape.
Urban Sketchers from Hong Kong by Gary Yeung HK, on Flickr
Sharing our Work by Gary Yeung HK, on Flickr