A woman dispenses drinks from a water bed at a Hong Kong bar in 1972. Photo: Mirrorpix via Getty Images A woman dispenses drinks from a water bed at a Hong Kong bar in 1972. Photo: Mirrorpix via Getty Images
A woman dispenses drinks from a water bed at a Hong Kong bar in 1972. Photo: Mirrorpix via Getty Images
Hong Kong

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Womanising, corruption, privilege: an unusual love letter to Hong Kong in Price’s Price by Chris Maden

  • Chris Maden uses the experiences of his protagonist to chart the drastic changes that took place in and around Hong Kong in the latter half of the 20th century
  • Female readers might not necessarily be endeared, but there will certainly be some who enjoy tagging along for the escapades

Topic |   Hong Kong
A woman dispenses drinks from a water bed at a Hong Kong bar in 1972. Photo: Mirrorpix via Getty Images A woman dispenses drinks from a water bed at a Hong Kong bar in 1972. Photo: Mirrorpix via Getty Images
A woman dispenses drinks from a water bed at a Hong Kong bar in 1972. Photo: Mirrorpix via Getty Images
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