Ten red embroidered shoes and eight mirrors left in formation, as if they were part of a ceremony, at a deserted English-style mansion in Hong Kong. The photo forms part of the “Vanishing Hong Kong” exhibition, to be held from August 17 to 29. Photo: P.H. Yang
Ten red embroidered shoes and eight mirrors left in formation, as if they were part of a ceremony, at a deserted English-style mansion in Hong Kong. The photo forms part of the “Vanishing Hong Kong” exhibition, to be held from August 17 to 29. Photo: P.H. Yang

Photos of haunted mansions, deserted schools and abandoned village homes turn the lens on Hong Kong’s grittier side

  • Photo exhibition “Vanishing Hong Kong” showcases the city’s decaying and abandoned buildings, including one mansion where it is believed seven people drowned
  • Other images includes Hong Kong’s only single residential building listed as a Grade I historical building – but its location cannot be revealed

Ten red embroidered shoes and eight mirrors left in formation, as if they were part of a ceremony, at a deserted English-style mansion in Hong Kong. The photo forms part of the “Vanishing Hong Kong” exhibition, to be held from August 17 to 29. Photo: P.H. Yang
Ten red embroidered shoes and eight mirrors left in formation, as if they were part of a ceremony, at a deserted English-style mansion in Hong Kong. The photo forms part of the “Vanishing Hong Kong” exhibition, to be held from August 17 to 29. Photo: P.H. Yang
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