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These two photos provide a striking snapshot of HK culture. On the left, you see a handful of domestic workers from abroad; thousands gather every weekend along public walkways (like this pedestrian overpass) to spend their "day off" with other workers from their home country. On the right, you see HK's masses at the open market below the walkway, along with a "Lion" dancing to bring shop keepers good luck in the New Year.

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