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19 killed, over 60 injured in Hong Kong double-decker bus crash | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP » Nineteen people have been killed in a double-decker bus crash in Tai Po, Hong Kong, on Saturday evening. Chief Executive Carrie Lam said that 62 people had been injured – 59 men and 3 women. The youngest, a 16-year-old, is in a stable condition. Update: Tai Po bus crash: Hong Kong gov’t to set up inquiry […]

Passengers describe horror as Hong Kong double-decker crashes, tilts » Incident causes jams stretching back 4km from scene, as firefighters rush to secure vehicle and lead passengers to safety.

A quick-start guide to public transport in Hong Kong » Depending on where you’re from, public transport in Hong Kong either offers a glimpse of the future or is stuck in the past.

Hong Kong vows transport review after 1000s of tourists stranded » Security chief Chris Tang has said the authorities will review border-crossing arrangements after mainland tourists were left stranded.

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Taking Pictures While Stuck on the Bus in Hong Kong » One of the things I love about Hong Kong is public transit. There's multiple ways to get from point A to B, it's efficient, economical and convenient. I think people who choose to drive here are crazy. Other than taking in the sights and sounds (and smells) of this great city while traversing through it's varied and often maze-like thoroughfares, taking public transit can buy you a lot of time. If you drive, you can't catch up on email or reorganize your camera bag. Your focus is on driving. As a passenger on public transit, you can choose to do whatever you want to do to pass the time. For someone who is busy, this is a great luxury. The title of this article was meant to be tongue-in-cheek as I enjoy spending most of my time taking pictures while on public transit. I don't ever feel 'stuck' while on the bus. It's a unique way of photographing a city, especially if you get on a double decker. Let me take you through my process of capturing street style photography from inside the Hong Kong public transit sys

r/interestingasfuck on Reddit: A 5 hour (47 miles) bus journey around Hong Kong for people to sleep on. The tour is designed for people who can't sleep at night but fall asleep easily on the bus to and from work. Costs $13 to $51 depending on whether they choose the upper or lower deck. » Posted by u/Gobi_Masala - 88,655 votes and 2,576 comments

See Benny Lam's "Trapped" Photos From Hong Kong » Pushed out by the sky-high prices of rent in glittering Hong Kong, these people get by in illegally subdivided apartments.

Public Bus Services in Hong Kong are Popular with Tourists and Local Citizens Editorial Photography - Image of destination, recreation: 116213972 » Public bus services in Hong Kong are popular with tourists and local citizens. Photo about destination, recreation, conveyance, light, illumination, landmark, dusk, passenger - 116213972


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