A time-machine walk through old Hong Kong • l!fe • The Philippine Star

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Hong Kong’s old neighborhoods—even now, with its hyper-modern investment in arts and technology — you may feel like you’ve entered a time machine: vendors still fix shoes on the streets, and tables are spread along the cobbled roads with trinkets, jade baubles, old Szechuan Province coins from a century ago, Bruce Lee posters and Mao bags.

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