936. Hawker carts That turn into boxes and are then wheeled away. 937. Wet market lampshades Giving meat that delightful red glow. 938. $2 coins Except when the MTR ticket machine refuses to accept their weird asses. 939. Rice barrels 940. Metal mail boxes 941. Lai see packets ...and what lies within. 942. Round folding chairs The movie triad’s weapon of choice. Well, that and… 943. Hong Kong-style cleavers 944. Retro tiles As best exemplified in old-school diners and Sheung Wan dried goods shops. 945. Iron window bars A fast-fading tong lau design feature. Appreciate ‘em if you got ‘em. 946. Green and red minibuses No comment on suicidal minibus drivers. 947. Red, white and blue striped bags Also known as “The Hong Kong Suitcase.” 948. “Good Morning” washcloths 949. The diamonds at Diamond Hill MTR Some whimsical mosaic mason has laid silver diamond-like tiles on all the columns. 950. Chicken bowls 951. Retro toys Plastic piggie banks, bright orange balls and paper kites. Fun! 952. Metal door shutters 953. Paper offerings When money isn’t enough to keep your dearly departed flush in the afterlife, you can send them massage chairs, Rolexes, yachts and even wives. 954. Chinese green paper calendars And how gratifying it is to tear off a day to see a red public holiday underneath. 955. Hong Kong wood veneer Cheerfully setting off your bowl of wonton noodles since the dawn of time .