….looks just like the 2016 Chinese New Year display. It is still very impressive and they did a good job keeping those lanterns (customised with the name Lee Tung Avenue on them) looking clean, smart and surprisingly new. It makes sense to recycle them especially since they are large and look like decent quality to begin with.
I have to say it really sets the mood of the street, it’s nicely festive and sets it up for great photos no matter the weather or angle.
They also got out the faux Oriental Botero sculptures along the street. I’ve seen several tourists and locals posing for pictures beside these statues.
My friend NDS who runs a corporate florist in London was particularly impressed with these cherry blossom trees. I said “hmm.. it could be fake.” And she said “Nooooo way”.
So guess what. I took a close up.
Yup, sorry ND, they are real trees but fake flowers stuck onto the branches. I guess we’re both half right and half wrong?!!
It must have taken a lot of manual work to complete that project.
Finally, cast a look next door at Hopewell Center across the street.
And decide where you might like to take your selfies or bring your visitors for a stroll at night.