It's a small world: The amazing scenes of Hong Kong and China in miniature

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 02 April, 2013, 11:08am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 02 April, 2013, 12:19pm

Traditional scenes from Chinese and Taiwanese life and culture in miniature have been put on show at Maritime Square in Tsing Yi. Around 70 pieces are on display, made by miniaturists from Hong Kong, the mainland and Taiwan. Click on the photographs by Nora Tam to enlarge them.

A truck being unloaded by workmen, titled Memory of Resettlement Estate and created by Chan Hung-fai. 

Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance, which records one of the city's most cherished traditions, was made by Tony Lai.

Villain Hitting under Canal Road Flyover, created by Sidekick King

Wo Cheong Pawn Shop, created by Tony Lai

Cute Chinese Opera of Tin Hau Festival, created by Macy Kwan

Mount Davis Squatters, created by Tony Lai

Mount Davis Squatters, created by Tony Lai

Sai Kung Fish Market, created by Bertha Wong

Public Housing Unit, created by On Tai