Built on reclaimed land in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour, this brand new arts district is set to be one of the largest cultural projects in the world.
The West Kowloon Cultural District is a huge redevelopment that has been over 20 years in the making, and it is already becoming a hangout favourite with locals and tourists alike.
We spoke to a photographer, about what makes this new and spacious development one of his favourite locations to capture the magic of one of the world’s densest cities.
UK photographer, Derry Ainsworth, has been based in Hong Kong for five years showcasing a fresh perspective of the city and he recently has taken
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