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Seen in the Soho district of Hong Kong, Central. A man going from shop to shop to collect cardboard boxes and other rubbish.

According to Wikipedia:

The Soho district in Hong Kong is an entertainment zone located in Central and bordering Sheung Wan, within Central. The name is derived from its location: South of Hollywood Road, and it arguably extends up to and including Robinson Road.

Buildings in the Soho area are a mix of commercial/residential, with the commercial businesses on the lower floors, and residential above the First Floors. Around the same time the Mid Levels Escalator was built (1993), a few foreigners started to move into the area, taking up both commercial premises and renting flats. At the time the flats were cheaper than other expat areas in Hong Kong, and only a few minutes' walk from the business district.

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