The “BOBBY HONG KONG” mark is associated with proprietary rights around services associated with hotels and restaurants.
Hong Kong Ocean Park - wipe out pollution
NY 2008 Fireworks display in Hong Kong. As seen from my hotel room at the Sheraton Hotel Tower - Deluxe Harbor View Room. The IFC building and numerous towers around Hong Kong are used to launch fireworks.
Hong Kong Police is one of the best-trained, most highly motivated and dedicated police forces in the world with the 27,000 men and women, the HKP is one of the largest city police forces; in size it rivals the Metropolitan Police of London and the New York Police Department. As for equipment, purpose-built community police stations, modern communications, computerised criminal records and other hi-tech aids to fight crime, the force is unrivalled. Its marine fleet of 166 patrol launches and other craft is the largest of any civil police force.
Hong Kong Ocean Park - cable car sightseeing
Hong Kong Ocean Park - cable car sightseeing is wonderful
Batman comes to Hong Kong
Pets Central, one of Hong Kong’s larger veterinarian, is fighting a redundant law prohibiting dogs entering restaurants and cafes in Hong Kong. The fight started when Hong Kong's Food and Environmental Health Department denied Pets Central to open a café at their flagship clinic. www.SO-U.TV's Pet Channel was at the press conference organised in December by Peter de Krassel, board member of the Pet Parents Café.
John from The Trak Kartel goofing around in Hong Kong. Featuring music from The Trak Kartel with John Krogh and Mark Vinten
LA Galaxy head coach, Ruud Gullit, returns to Hong Kong for the first time since he was with Chelsea. He's pleased to see how the city's developed and glad that there's a new, safer airport.
Hong Kong is forever re-inventing itself. But at what cost? Historic neighbourhoods that have been home to generations of Hong Kongers are coming tumbling down in a cloud of dust and rubble. Beautiful period architecture is being torn down to make room for high rises. As land becomes more precious on this tiny crowded island more communities face the wrecking ball.
Mandom Man is Hong Kong's biggest Pokemon fan. He has a super doctorate in Pikachu studies from Nintendo's Tamamushi University, and his collection numbers in the thousands.