A young passenger at the new Kai Tak MTR station stands against a wall that is splashed with Abe Au’s calligraphic work depicting the area’s name. Photo: Winson Wong A young passenger at the new Kai Tak MTR station stands against a wall that is splashed with Abe Au’s calligraphic work depicting the area’s name. Photo: Winson Wong
A young passenger at the new Kai Tak MTR station stands against a wall that is splashed with Abe Au’s calligraphic work depicting the area’s name. Photo: Winson Wong

Writing on the wall: Hong Kong’s MTR stations are retired architect’s ‘museum of calligraphy’

  • Abe Au has gathered an international following for his distinctive brushstrokes in MTR stations
  • Long a feature of Island line stations, his calligraphy will appear along newest Tuen Ma line

Topic |   Hong Kong MTR
A young passenger at the new Kai Tak MTR station stands against a wall that is splashed with Abe Au’s calligraphic work depicting the area’s name. Photo: Winson Wong A young passenger at the new Kai Tak MTR station stands against a wall that is splashed with Abe Au’s calligraphic work depicting the area’s name. Photo: Winson Wong
A young passenger at the new Kai Tak MTR station stands against a wall that is splashed with Abe Au’s calligraphic work depicting the area’s name. Photo: Winson Wong
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