Wholesale fruit markets are a constant hustle and bustle type of place. From the early hours of the day when stock is being replenished to when customers flock in and out to get their hands on the freshest fruits in season – there's not a single moment of silence at the market. The vibrant colours from the large variety of seasonal and evergreen fruits, old-school red lampshades, and the nature of people buying and selling fruits all make for a perfect setup to encapsulate the vibrant and vivid atmosphere in the area. It's also great for film photography. Try taking photos here with a Fujifilm film camera – or even just their disposable cameras – the brand's signature hues will enhance the reds and greens throughout the market.
Anyone can say they’re familiar with the city, but not everyone knows about all the nooks and crannies scattered around different neighbourhoods, possibly because we’re all overwhelmed with our routines that we seldom explore the local street scene presented to us on a daily basis. Here’s a list of places that you’ve probably been to before but never took the time to explore in-depth – and we’re not talking about generic Instagram spots or housing estates for your social media. Capture the authentic side of Hong Kong and its people, and let the photos speak for themselves. By Andrea Wong
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