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Paul Poiret, circa 1925. Model HONG KONG DRESS, silk embroidered chain stitch small floral motifs repeated in navy, green, and off-white. Model name and date in ink carried by Denise Poiret sewn to a piece of silk inside the hem. Provenance: personal wardrobe of Denise Boulet-Poiret; collection of son Colin Poiret, remained with his descendants.


Hong Kong : City That Never Sleeps

This has become the #2 most pinned on this site within the last couple of weeks - Victoria Park - Hong Kong


Errol Flynn's, there was once an empty swimming pool here and a massive piece of concrete next to it,After the starwood, club 88, stardust ballroom, Hong Kong cafe, the Vex, 7 seas, Cathay de Grande, whisky a go go, cuckoo's nest, Fleetwood, anti club, Godzillas, Devonshire downs, Sun Valley, Bards Apollo, Alpine village, Madame wongs, etc, this is one of the most famous spots in the history of Punkrock in Hollywood,

Weekender: The Perfect Three-Day Guide to Hong Kong

Victoria Peak is a mountain in the western half of Hong Kong Island. You can reach it with the Peak Tram. For the best of art, food, culture, travel, head to


The Scourge of Chronic Sinusitis and GERD Combination.

Ham and cheese sandwiches are a standard, but wait 'til you try this ham salad with cheese on your next sandwich. Chopped ham, celery and cheese, a bit of prepared mustard and mayonnaise, that 's all. Make a traditional sandwich or stuff in a pita pocket.


Kowloon Walled City, le quartier le plus dense au monde à Hong-kong


Ten Tips for Your First Trip to China

China is a fascinating country, with centuries of rich history and culture. But it can be quite the culture shock on your first trip! Sometime during your visit, you’ll have to deal with smog, chopsticks, and government bureaucracy. Just stay informed and be prepared, and you’ll have a stress-free vacation.


Half Day’s guide to Central and Admiralty, Hong Kong

Central and Admiralty are the center of Hong Kong and of its British colony history. These two area deserved a half day guide: