Monthly Archives: March 2016

Lift lobbies and miniature paid areas at MTR stations

On such a busy rail network as the Hong Kong MTR, it isn’t just the operation of trains that has to be optimised – the passenger flows inside the station have to be kept separated in order to avoid crowds and congestion.

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Facebook, the KCR clock tower, and a panda

The other week I was having a Facebook conversation with a friend when they posted something very familiar looking – the former Kowloon-Canton Railway clock tower!

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If your car breaks down in Hong Kong…

You have bought your car, filled it up with petrol, and gone for a cruise around the roads of Hong Kong – now it is time to hope you don’t break down!

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