Flashing neon lights are hard to miss when you’re walking down the streets of Mong Kok. Beaming bright above seemingly endless rows of shops, the craft of neon signs first made its way into Hong Kong in the 1930s. After the war, as industries resumed development, the art of neon lights flourished. From cinemas and bars to entertainment venues and restaurants, these eye-catching signs were hung everywhere. Sadly, more and more neon signs are disappearing these days due to regulations that make it almost impossible to maintain them. So, appreciate them while you still can!