Street protesting is part of a Hong Kong sub-culture; it has become a way of expressing public opinion for people of Hong Kong. So, It is perfectly normal to see long line of people marching and chanting along the main artery of the city on a Sunday afternoon.
Try crossing a cross-walk during lunch hour in Central Hong Kong would take some zigzagging skill. Because there is always someone cutting into your path to pass you without any kind of left turn or right turn signal.
Doing road trip between Tainan (southern Taiwan) and Taichung (central Taiwan) in five days was quite a different way to experience Taiwan. Unlike Taipei—a cosmopolitan city, Tainan and Taichung offer a more down-to-earth (village like) look and feel. This series of images are visual journal of my attempts to connect with the place and people that I have encountered along the way.
In Taiwan, motorcycle is a way of life—they are everywhere. And because of its popularity as the most common and affordable means of transportation, to many people a motorcycle perhaps is one of their closest travel companion.