Hong Kong Golf Honma Open

epa07185986 Jason Scrivener of Australia in action during the 2018 HONMA Hong Kong Open at the Hong Kong Golf Club in Fanling, in Hong Kong, China, 24 November 2018. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open 2018

epa07174758 Kenta Nishimoto of Japan in action against Son Wan Ho of South Korea during the men's singles final match at the YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open 2018 in Hong Kong, China, 18 November 2018. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Remembrance Day Sunday Service in Hong Kong

epa07157043 Hong Kong veterans walk after laying wreaths in front of the Cenotaph in Hong Kong, China, 11 November 2018. The 11th of November 2018 marks the commemorations of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge opens to traffic

epa07115578 Hong Kong-bound traffic ride on the Hong Kong Zhuhai Macau Bridge (HKZM) near Zhuhai, China, 24 October 2018. The HKZM is the world's longest sea crossing, which cost Hong Kong 120 billion Hong Kong dollars (around 15.3 billion US dollars) opened to traffic on 24 October 2018, nine years after construction began. The bridge connects Hong Kong and Macau to the mainland Chinese city of Zhuhai. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open 2018

epa07092365 Dayana Yastremska of Ukraine in action during her final match against Qiang Wang of China at the Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open 2018 in Hong Kong, China, 14 October 2018. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open 2018

epa07089907 Dayana Yastremska of Ukraine in action against Zhang Shuai of China during their semi-final match at the Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open 2018 in Hong Kong, China, 13 October 2018. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

World record attempt to largest calligraphy class in Hong Kong

epa07044575 Participants take part in an attempt to set a world record via 'The Largest Calligraphy Class' in Hong Kong, China, 25 September 2018. Three-thousand youths from Guangdong Province, Macau and Hong Kong took part in the calligraphy class attempting to set the new world record as well as promoting Chinese culture and celebrating Confucius’ birthday. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

World record attempt to largest calligraphy class in Hong Kong

epa07044570 A woman sleeps as she takes part in an attempt to set a world record via 'The Largest Calligraphy Class' in Hong Kong, China, 25 September 2018. Three-thousand youths from Guangdong Province, Macau and Hong Kong took part in the calligraphy class attempting to set the new world record as well as promoting Chinese culture and celebrating Confucius’ birthday. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Aftermath of super typhoon Mangkhut in Hong Kong

epa07026886 Office towers damaged by Typhoon Mangkhut in Hung Hom district, Hong Kong, China, 17 September 2018. Typhoon Mangkhut was one of the most severe storms to hit Hong Kong in recent decades. According to the Hong Kong Observatory, the super typhoon is officially Hong Kong's most intense storm since records began as it hit the autonomous territory with sustained winds reaching up to 250km/h. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Typhoon Mangkhut sweeps past Hong Kong

epa07024369 Police officers rescue a child from a flooded street during Typhoon Mangkhut in Lei Yu Mun, Hong Kong, China, 16 September 2018. The No 10 typhoon warning was raised in the early hours as Typhoon Mangkhut sweeps past Hong Kong. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Typhoon Mangkhut sweeps past Hong Kong

epa07024360 A police officer rescues a child from a flooded street during Typhoon Mangkhut in Lei Yu Mun, Hong Kong, China, 16 September 2018. The No 10 typhoon warning was raised in the early hours as Typhoon Mangkhut sweeps past Hong Kong. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Chiu Chow opera performance during Hungry Ghosts Month festival

epa06965439 A Chiu Chow opera performer dresses in the backstage during a performance in the New Territories in Hong Kong, China, 22 August 2018 (issued 23 August 2018). Around 1.2 million people originating from Chiu Chow (Chaozhou) in China's Guangdong province live in Hong Kong. During the Hungry Ghost Festival, they organise their own Yu Lan Ghost Festival, which includes opera performances for ghosts in need of a bit of entertaining. While the festival's origins are not unlike those of Halloween in Europe, it is also intrinsically linked to the Chinese practice of ancestor worship. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Hungry Ghost Festival in Hong Kong

epa06955291 Chinese opera actors make up in the backstage of a temporary bamboo theater in celebrations of the Hungry Ghost Festival in Hong Kong, 17 August 2018 (issued 18 August 2018). According to traditional Chinese belief, the seventh month in the lunar calendar is when restless spirits roam the earth. Chinese opera performances are also held around town to praise the charitable and pious deeds of the deities. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

A vigil commemorating the death of Liu Xiaobo

epa06885540 Participants hold candles during a vigil commemorating the death of late Chinese Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo in Tamar Park, Hong Kong, China, 13 July 2018. In 2009 Liu was sentenced to eleven years' imprisonment for 'inciting subversion of state power', and died of liver cancer at the age of 61 on 13 July 2017. His wife, Liu Xia, has been granted permission on 10 July 2018, to reside and work in Germany after being freed from years of house arrest in China. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Heavy showers fall on Victoria Harbour

epa06875165 Puffy clouds appear after heavy showers on Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, China, 09 July 2018. The Hong Kong Observatory forecast very hot weather for Hong Kong by mid-week as Super Typhoon Maria swirls over western Pacific. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

A visitor poses next to a wax model of US President Trump

epa06795847 Visitors pose next to a wax model of US President Trump at Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong, China, 09 June 2018. Madame Tussauds unveiled the President Donald Trump figure as the world's media attention is focused on the upcoming meeting between Trump and North Korean President Kim Jong-un in Singapore on 12 June. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Annual vigil commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre

epa06784905 Student activist Joshua Wong (C) campaigns to raise fund for his party Demosisto before the annual Beijing Tiananmen Square massacre vigil in Hong Kong, China, 04 June 2018. Thousand of people gathered to demand the vindication of the June 04 pro-democracy student movement of 1989 in Beijing, the end of the one-party rule in China and paid tribute to Chinese dissident and Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, who died in custody in 2017. Hong Kong, along with Macau, is the only place on Chinese soil where such a vigil is allowed. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Centrestage 2017

epa06189672 A model presents an outfit during the Macao Fashion Parade at the Centrestage 2017 in the Exhibition and Convention Centre in Hong Kong, China, 07 September 2017. Centerstage, is organised by the Hong Kong Development Trade Council and runs through 09 Sept. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Hungry Ghosts Festival in Hong Kong

epaselect epa06183366 A worshiper prays during an event to celebrate Hungry Ghosts Festival in Hong Kong, China, 04 September 2017. During the Hungry Ghost Festival, or Yu Lan, restless spirits roam the earth for a month, according to Chinese Buddhism and Chinese traditional religion. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Tropical storm Pakhar

epa06165728 A man sits on the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Hong Kong, China, 27 August 2017. Tropical storm Pakhar is expected to skirt within 150 km southwest of Hong Kong by mid-day as the region is still reeling from the effects of Typhoon Hato. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Chinese People's Liberation Army to open base in Djibouti

epa06083053 (FILE) - People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers participate in a flag raising ceremony during an open day at the PLA navy base in Hong Kong, China, 08 July 2017 (reissued 12 July 2017). According to reports, China ships carrying military personnel departed on 11 July 2017 from Zhanjiang, southern China and set sails to Djibouti. China is to establish it's fiorst ever overseas military base in the Djibouti, at the Horn of Africa. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Liaoning aircraft carrier arrives in Hong Kong

epa06071717 The Liaoning (R), the first aircraft carrier commissioned into China's military, arrives in Hong Kong, China, 07 July 2017. The Liaoning, a refitted former Soviet carrier that Beijing bought from a Ukraine shipyard in 1998, is making a 5-days port call to Hong Kong as part of the 20th anniversary celebrations of Hong Kong's return to Chinese sovereignty. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Eid al-Fitr celebrations in Hong Kong

epa06048948 Indonesian Muslim devotees gather in Victoria Park to mark Eid al-Fitr in Hong Kong, China, 25 June 2017. Muslims around the world celebrate the holy month of Ramadan by praying during the night time and abstaining from eating, drinking, and sexual acts daily between sunrise and sunset. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and it is believed that the Koran's first verse was revealed during its last 10 nights. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Workers build bamboo scaffolding

epa07368857 Workers build a bamboo scaffolding in Causeway Bay district Hong Kong, China, 14 February 2019. Bamboo scaffoldings may appear fragile but in Hong Kong bamboo is the primary material for scaffoldings erected to build skyscrapers. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Victoria Peak panorama

epa06029550 A view from commercial and residential buildings on both sides of the Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, China, 15 June 2017. Hong Kong will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its handover from Britain to China on 01 July. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Man swims in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong

epa06011116 A man enjoys a morning swim in Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, China, 05 June 2017. Swimming in Victoria Harbour is rare as maritime traffic is heavy and the water polluted. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Impersonators of Kim Jong-un and Rodrigo Duterte meet at fast food in Hong Kong

epa07340072 North Korean leader Kim Jong-un impersonator, Howard (L) and Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte impersonator, known by the stage name 'Cresencio Extreme' (R), seat in a Jollibee fried chicken fast food in Hong Kong, China, 03 February 2019. The Kim and Duterte impersonators had a meal of fried chicken while talking about politics and posing for selfies with fans. EPA-EFE/JEROME FAVRE

Security personnel stand guard next to an excavator

epa05276549 A farmer harvests vegetables at a farmland near the crowded residential blocks in Ma Shi Po, Fanling Hong Kong, China, 25 April 2016. According to reports, local environment activists and security guards employed by the developer Henderson Land were engaged in a standoff in Ma Shi Po village as the company moved in to take back a farmland in the northeast New Territories. Henderson Land, controlled by Hong Kong billionaire Lee Shau Kee, has until the end of this year to take back the land, to be eligible for the government's land exchange program under the area's new town development. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Hong Kong Colombian Ship

epa03834108 Cadets of the Colombian training ship ARC 'Gloria' balance on the masts as they sail into Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, China, 23 August 2013. The 45-year-old ship started its training cruise on May 2013, in which will visit 12 foreign ports: Honolulu, Apra Harbor, San Francisco and San Diego in the United States, Port Kelang in Malaysia, Singapore, Bangkok in Thailand, Hong Kong, Pusan in Korea, Tokyo in Japan, and Balboa in Panama and will get back to Cartagena in December. During this tour, the ARC 'Gloria' will sail 23,809 nautical miles (around 44000 km) for 218 days. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Australia vs Portugal

epa05250662 Australia's Con Foley (yellow shirt) touches down to score a try during the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens match, Australia vs Portugal in Hong Kong, China, 09 April 2016. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

The Qingming festival in Hong Kong

epa05886963 People clean the tombs of their deceased relatives in Diamond Hill cemetery in Hong Kong, China, 04 April 2017. According to the lunar calendar, the Qingming Festival is observed on 04 April . The Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb-Sweeping Day, is marked by Chinese people by going to the cemetery to cleaning up tombs, bring flowers, and making offerings to their ancestors. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Tsai Ing-wen is Taiwan's first female president elect

epa05104974 Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen cheers during a live transmission of the vote counting outside the DPP headquarters building in Taipei, Taiwan, 16 January 2016. Opposition leader Tsai Ing-wen beat two other candidates to win the election. Tsai, chairwoman of the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), will be sworn in on 20 May for a four-year term. Tsai Ing-wen worked for a string of government agencies after earning a doctorate in law from the London School of Economics in 1984. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Life at the Hong Kong border to mainland China

epaselect epa05667580 A picture as part of a photo essay shows a panoramic view of commercial and residential buildings of Shenzhen, China, background, and agricultural land and fishponds on the Hong Kong side, foreground, in Hong Kong, China, 28 October 2016. Hong Kong and China share 32 kilometres of border, on the north side of which is the city of Shenzhen, a booming and thriving Special Economic Zone of 11 million. The northern most parts of Hong Kong, closest to China, are mostly constituted of marshes, disused fish ponds and agricultural land, empty plots used for storing shipping containers legally or otherwise and 'green belts'. Those areas are sparsely populated, a huge contrast to most urban areas of Hong Kong. Most of those areas used to be off limit to outsiders as they were within the Frontier Closed Area and Boundary Closed Area. Over the past few years, the Hong Kong government reduced the land coverage of the Frontier Closed Area from about 2,800 hectares to about 400 hectares. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament

epa05252836 Argentina's Bautista Ezcurra is tackled during the match between France and Argentina for the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament in Hong Kong, China, 10 April 2016. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Workers cull poultry at a poultry market in Hong Kong in response to specimens testing positive for bird flu

epa05349328 Workers in protective gear cull chickens at the Cheung Sha Wan Temporary Wholesale Poultry Market in Hong Kong, China, 07 June 2016. All 4,500 chickens at the local market were culled as part of sanitisation measures after sample of bird faeces tested positive for the potentially fatal bird flu virus H7N9 last week. It is not known if the virus was from local or imported birds as there was a mix of both at the market. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Hong Kong Lunar New Year Fireworks

epa04050592 Fireworks explode over Victoria Harbour in celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Horse in Hong Kong, China, 01 February 2014. A total of 31,888 firing shells, representing a total weight of six tons, were discharged during the display. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Equestrian - Hong Kong Longines Masters Grand Prix

epa05173448 Marco Kutscher of Germany on his horse Van Gogh clears an obstacle during the show jumping Longines Masters Grand Prix held at the AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong, China, 21 February 2016. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Hong Kong Bamboo Theatre

epa04041086 Hong Kong Cantonese opera actor Lung Koon-tin applies make up before a show at the West Kowloon Bamboo Theatre in Hong Kong, China, 25 January 2014. The temporary venue sits on the future site of the West Kowloon Bamboo Theatre, a developing project to boost cultural and entertainment establishments in Hong Kong expected to be completed in 2017. The shows will run through 16 February. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Hong Kong Cantonese Opera

epa03070842 Cantonese opera actors chat in the backstage area of the West Kowloon Bamboo Theater in Hong Kong, China, 21 January 2012. The shows are being staged inside a traditional temporary theater and mark the launch of the construction of the West Kowloon Cultural District. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

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