The prevalence of white models (both children and adult) here might be surprising to some, especially in light of the population’s almost palpable xenophobia. On the other hand, it doesn’t seem as common as in other parts of Asia (or at least Southeast Asia, c. 2006).
(In China, they have the power to turn back time to get pictures of Andy Samberg from 1989.)
“What do you call yourselves?”
“The other side of the shoe-making aristocratic family from the ocean!”
Some of my favorite Engrish is when you don’t even know what they’re trying to convey.
The 3rd floor is perfect for all you maidens who like stylish bras and chatea.
Some of the stores from the mall pictured below.
Proof that verisimilitude = creepiness when it comes to mannequins.
HK isn’t the shopping mecca it once was, but if you’re into trinkets, knockoff brand-label belts, and creepy pop art, it’s still tough to beat.
The Engrish isn’t as good & plentiful in HK as it is in most other parts of Asia, for obvious reasons (read: colonialism), but you can still find some entertainingly on-the-nose or just plain quizzical signs if you do enough wandering.