Madame Zhu, 76 years old tending her large garden with other tenants.
Soon this land will be leveled for urban development, and she will be moved.
BAIGUOCUN Village, near Guilin, China.
This is a Photograph of the largest urban Farm in Hong Kong. It is on top of the high rise multi-use complex, Hysan Place, a Hong Kong Landmark.
Wai Kam Law, the Principle of the Man Kiu College in Hong Kong.
Cormorant fisherman, Guilin, China. The birds are trained to catch fish and return to the boat. They have a strap or ring preventing them from swallowing the fish before delivery.
Portrait of Mr. Cho in his home, Daxu village, China.
Kai Yin Cheung, physics teacher at the Man Kiu College, Hong Kong.
The Chef of Ngan Lung Restaurant. These Diners are steadfastly holding on despite a growing homogenization of Hong Kong culture. Through traditional comfort food and milk tea they are an example of the Living Heritage of Hong Kong.
Bird Seller, Guilin, China.
Mr. Zhou in Jiangtou village, China. He operates his family’s temple and school. He is the descendant of the famous poet, Zhou Dunyi, who was a prolific writer and philosopher in the Song Dynasty some 1000 years ago.
The Mido Cafe is another example of Living Heritage for Hong Kong residents. They are famous for their French Toast, Hong Kong Style.
A Barber at the Shang Hai, Ambassador Beauty Shop, Hong Kong.
Mr. Lau, long time Bird Keeper at the Bird Market, Hong Kong. This is another example of Living Heritage. The art of Bird Keeping is fast disappearing among the younger population. There may be as few as a thousand bird keepers in all of Hong Kong.