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Kozo in Hong Kong - Page 5 - Walking around Central
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The ICAC Building
No trip to Hong Kong is complete without gazing upon the ICAC (Internal Commission Against Corruption) building, which houses Hong Kong's own Internal Affairs department. Just think, within those walls cops work to jail other cops. This picture was taken in mid-April so the chances of Nicholas Tse Ting-Fung actually being inside the building were quite high. We would have liked to visit him, but unfortunately a visit by Cecilia Cheung Pak-Chi wasn't guaranteed. We passed and decided to go to Hong Kong Park instead. 
Hong Kong Park
This amphitheater in Hong Kong Park is home to many a HK film scene, including ones from Jackie Chan's City Hunter and the 1995 UFO film Heaven Can't Wait. Hong Kong Park is entirely man-made, so much like Michael Jackson, little that is natural exists anymore. It's home to a stunning aviary, numerous artificial waterfalls, a restaurant and teahouse, and The Museum of Teaware. There's also a famous Observation Tower, but it was cordoned off on this particular visit. picture.

Jackie Chan skates away from a legion of Tony Hawk wannabes in the above scene from City Hunter

Jordan Chan (above right) struts his stuff in this scene from the 1995 UFO film Heaven Can't Wait. The film also stars Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Karen Mok and the amphitheater in Hong Kong Park. 

Another shot from City Hunter

The authorities finally get around to setting up blockades to prevent more obnoxious skaters from terrorizing fine, upstanding Hong Kong citizens like Jackie Chan. 
The Star Ferry - Central Walkway
We can't prove that the below scene from Feel 100% took place in the walkway to left. Still, we wish it did, for no other reason than it would justify that the picture ever got taken.

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