Hong Kong Neon Light Christmas

digital art By Bobby Kim Ling Chen

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Print Paper: Hahnemuhle Premium Photo Rag Fine Art Archival Paper
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Created in 2023. Hong Kong. One of the many uniqueness of Hong Kong is its display of neon lights, especially in the Kowloon side. Despite British rule, Hong Kong was part of China, and the territory was officially returned to China in 1997. With this backdrop in mind, it should not be a surprise to see a hybrid of Chinese and English signs, commercial and public, all-over Hong Kong. As a truly international city, Christmas is officially celebrated. Although someone has yet to put a neon-lighted snowman in the street of Kowloon (as Bobby has not come across one yet), he lets his imagination runs wild in creating this piece of digital art by inserting one.