World in Colours Mid-Autumn Lanterns in Hong Kong

It’s time for lanterns and mooncakes again. The Mid-Autumn Festival is coming up in Hong Kong and you can find beautiful lantern installations throughout the city. We already visited the World in Colours display in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza in Tsim Sha Tsui. The lanterns show people from all around the world. Even though it is quite stereotypical and sometimes also political incorrect the lanterns still look pretty.

Cute elephant lantern

Cute elephant lantern

Russian woman lantern

Russian woman lantern

Indian lantern with tipee

Indian lantern with teepee

Dutch woman lantern

Dutch woman lantern

Brazilian man lantern with soccer ball

Brazilian man lantern with soccer ball

Cowboy lantern

Cowboy lantern

Eskimo lantern

Eskimo lantern

very political incorrect African man lantern

very political incorrect African man lantern

Scottish man lantern

Scottish man lantern

Penguin lanterns

Penguin lanterns

Giraffe and zebra lanterns

Giraffe and zebra lanterns

Beautiful Lantern carnival in Tsim Sha Tsui

Beautiful Lantern carnival in Tsim Sha Tsui

Chinese Female Costume Lantern

Chinese Female Costume Lantern

Chinese Male Costume Lantern

Chinese Male Costume Lantern

2 Responses to “World in Colours Mid-Autumn Lanterns in Hong Kong”

  • jazz says:

    beautiful bright lanterns. attractive and magnificent. I wish I could see one up lose. :D

  • It’s really awesome, I like these beautiful bright lanterns. A unique way to represent lantern, I’m willing to see them.

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