More than 100 photos depicting quirky scenarios, such as rock band Dear Jane playing mahjong on a train, actress Ella Koon Yan-na sitting in a crowded street with a Doraemon doll and a young girl poking curiously at the chest of 'pseudo-model' Chrissie Chau Sau-na, are on display at Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui as part of Eastweek magazine's 'Interesting Hong Kong' photo exhibition. At Tuesday's opening ceremony, some of the celebrity photographers, including actor Chapman To Man-chat (pictured) and singer Pakho Chau, showed up hoping to talk about their photos, but were bombarded with reporters' questions about the Manila hostage tragedy. Outspoken To was more than willing to give his views. 'I don't think we should blame a whole nation or its people for an incident that could have happened anywhere,' the actor, best known for his roles in Infernal Affairs and Isabella, said. Despite To's goofy persona, his photos were arguably the most serious of the bunch, including a black-and-white shot of a couple walking away from the camera and a portrait of his wife with her face half covered. Organiser Cheung Lai-ting said the exhibition, which runs until Saturday, was aimed at encouraging Hongkongers to look at the city from a more off-beat perspective.