What's the most visited attraction in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong may be a shopper’s paradise, but it seems locals and tourists aren't after high-fashion boutiques.
Instead, the cheap deals, neon lights and fake designer labels of Mong Kok’s bustling Ladies’ Market make it the most popular attraction in Hong Kong, according to new data released by TripAdvisor.
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When 67-year-old Yu Pujiang came to Hong Kong from Hubei 30 years ago, he worked at construction sites and a metal hardware store. After retirement, he became an acrobat and started performing at Sai Yeung Choi Street South in Mong Kok.
His feats include Michael Jackson dancing, jumping over the hula hoop and other traditional Chinese acrobatics.
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