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As part of Hong Kong's entry into the Lord Mayor's Show today (Nov 14) in London, a silk gift representing a Chinese cabbage or 'choi' (in Cantonese this also means wealth) was presented to the Lord Mayor at Mansion House using 16-foot-long chopsticks.

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The Hong Kong entry featured the Hong Kong skyline represented by six iconic Hong Kong buildings rendered into three-dimensional 5-6m high flags in addition to drummers, dragon dance and colourful banners. Overall, the entry demonstrates the vibrant and colourful life of Hong Kong.

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The Hong Kong entry featured the Hong Kong skyline represented by six iconic Hong Kong buildings rendered into three-dimensional 5-6m high flags in addition to drummers, dragon dance and colourful banners. Overall, the entry demonstrates the vibrant and colourful life of Hong Kong.

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The dragon dancers of Hong Kong entry passing St Paul's Cathedral, an iconic London landmark, at today's (Nov 14) Lord Mayor's Show.

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Despite gale force winds and driving rain, Hong Kong once again enchanted the crowds at the Lord Mayor's Show today (Nov 14)

Hong Kong skyline comes alive in London at the 2009 Lord Mayor's Show

As part of Hong Kong's entry into the Lord Mayor's Show today (Nov 14) in London, a silk gift representing a Chinese cabbage or 'choi' (in Cantonese this also means wealth) was presented to the Lord Mayor at Mansion House using 16- foot-long chopsticks. The Hong Kong entry featured the Hong Kong skyline represented by six iconic Hong Kong buildings rendered into three-dimensional 5-6m high flags in addition to drummers, dragon dance and colourful banners. Overall, the entry demonstrates the vibrant and colourful life of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong entry featured the Hong Kong skyline represented by six iconic Hong Kong buildings rendered into three-dimensional 5-6m high flags in addition to drummers, dragon dance and colourful banners. Overall, the entry demonstrates the vibrant and colourful life of Hong Kong. The dragon dancers of Hong Kong entry passing St Paul's Cathedral, an iconic London landmark, at today's (Nov 14) Lord Mayor's Show.
Despite gale force winds and driving rain, Hong Kong once again enchanted the crowds at the Lord Mayor's Show today (Nov 14)