Hong Kong (1)

I had recovered just enough to get the evening flight to Hong Kong.   I was dosed up with gin by Cathay Pacific and not disappointed to be greeted by a green Rolls Royce in Hong Kong.

I arrived just in time to attend a pop-up event organised by Adrian Cheng on the ground floor of the Cosco Tower in Sheung Wan, jointly hosted bt Hans-Ulrich Obrist, and followed by a mystery dinner which we were taken to by bus, held in the Cobo House in Kennedy Town for which Janice Wong, a Singaporean pastrycook, had been especially flown in to organise the catering:-

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3 thoughts on “Hong Kong (1)

  1. Victoria says:

    Pleased you are feeling better. I have been trying to make out the blooms. They look a bit like wisteria or paulownia racemes and very striking. Look forward to seeing more of Hong Kong through your next installments.

  2. Toshio Kusamitsu says:

    Well, Charles dear, Hong Kong after a dreadful sickness!? How could you be so tough? Exotic meals and a green Rolls Royce sound exquisite. Hope you will have a great time in Hong Kong. Pity you don’t come to Japan this time.

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