Red decorations cover streets throughout the city during Chinese New Year, and our photographer Anson Yip has documented this in his latest photo essay
It’s a great time to be in Hong Kong. The busy streets are covered in Chinese New Year decorations, auspicious Chinese New Year food is popping up everywhere, and fireworks displays are ablaze over Victoria Harbour. Our photographer Anson Yip has been out capturing the sights of the city to showcase Hong Kong as we welcome in the Year of the Pig. Take a look at his beautiful images celebrating Chinese New Year in Hong Kong below.
Chinese New Year in Hong Kong
Red lanterns, lucky scrolls, gold ingots and plenty more special decorations pop up across the city as it gets ready to welcome the Chinese New Year, and Anson Yip documents this through his photo essay: Celebrating Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. Kung Hei Fat Choi!
Excited to celebrate Chinese New Year in Hong Kong and want more great insider tips? Check out this secret fishing village in Lei Yue Mun, enjoy the best street food in Hong Kong or hit the hiking trails and experience the best of what the city has to offer.
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