An illustration from Oliver Nowak’s second children’s book on Hong Kong public transport travelling the world, this time about a tram. His first book focused on a wandering Star Ferry. Picture: Olivier Nowak
An illustration from Oliver Nowak’s second children’s book on Hong Kong public transport travelling the world, this time about a tram. His first book focused on a wandering Star Ferry. Picture: Olivier Nowak

Stuck in Hong Kong quarantine, a father painted a Star Ferry travelling the world and turned it into a children’s book. Next up is a tram

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An illustration from Oliver Nowak’s second children’s book on Hong Kong public transport travelling the world, this time about a tram. His first book focused on a wandering Star Ferry. Picture: Olivier Nowak
An illustration from Oliver Nowak’s second children’s book on Hong Kong public transport travelling the world, this time about a tram. His first book focused on a wandering Star Ferry. Picture: Olivier Nowak
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