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The Kozo in Hong Kong Challenge:
Gray Carper in Hong Kong Part 2
 
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Sham Shui Po electronics market from Infernal Affairs
The University of Hong Kong from City of Glass
Central Midlevel Escalators from Lavender
On the Tsing Ma Bridge with Ekin Cheng from Heroic Duo
 

 

Sham Shui Po
electronics market from
Infernal Affairs

Near the opening of the film, just before Andy and Tony swap sound-system tips, this wide shot of Ngap Liu Street (Sham Shui Po's electronics market) establishes the scene.

From Infernal Affairs >>

 
 
 

Here is my shot, which is considerably lower and, unfortunately, on exactly the opposite end of the street! However, there are two identifying marks for confirmation...

1) In the film's frame, you'll notice a vertical green sign with red lettering (advertising a snake shop!) in the upper-right quadrant. The same sign exists in my shot, but in the upper-left quadrant.

2) The large yellow sign in the upper-center of the film's frame (with "Technology Limited" written at the bottom) is barely visible in the distant middle of my shot. Note the same blue logo.

 

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The University of Hong Kong
from City of Glass

Shu Qi and Leon Lai sneak some private atrium time in the University of Hong Kong's Main Building...

"Kiss me, you fool!" >>

 

 
 

...which is right here!

<< Nearly an exact match too. Good job, Gray.

 

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Central Midlevel Escalators
from Lavender

This, among many movies, features the Central Midlevels Escalator in a number of scenes...

Kelly Chen in this shot from Lavender >>

 

 

...here's another look...

"Gosh, he's dreamy..." >>

 

 
 

...and here I am, posing inside it!

 

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On the Tsing Ma Bridge
with Ekin Cheng
from Heroic Duo

Ekin Cheng meanders across the Tsing Ma Bridge...

Ekin looks for a ride >>

 
 
 

...and I take a picture of it while in a taxi-van!

 

 
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