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Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage

There's no place like Hong Kong. It's a hybrid destination different from anywhere you've discovered before. And one of the best ways to appreciate it is through the eyes of the locals. See the Hong Kong that homegrown National Geographic Explorer Laurel Chor sees through her camera lens. Also, check out what the participants of National Geographic Photo Camp: Hong Kong Edition have been working on. Come see all that is delightful, delicious and dazzling in Hong Kong.

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The soul of Hong Kong: Its intangible cultural heritage

Hong Kong has its own visual fingerprint. With its shimmering buildings stretching to the sky, shoulder to shoulder along the famous harborfront, it's instantly recognizable...

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Family Drama: A couple and their two sons' passion for Cantonese opera

With a few hours until curtain call, a quiet but tangible energy permeates the backstage dressing room of the legendary Sunbeam Theatre...

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Hong Kong's traditional crafts live on across generations

The skills and knowledge required to make Hong Kong's traditional crafts vary widely. To make the perfect cup of Hong Kong-style milk tea...

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When dragons, unicorns and lions dance

It's not every day that dragons, lions and unicorns come to life. They greet each other as they parade down the main street in Cha Kwo Ling...

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National Geographic Photo Camp:
Hong Kong Edition

In April, the National Geographic Society led a group of aspiring, young photographers on an urban expedition to capture the Intangible Cultural Heritage that makes Hong Kong the city it is today. Discover the Hong Kong that they see.

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