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The 1975 live in Hong Kong // The last show of the debut album tour

(photos by V'z Twinkle Photography)

Asia’s star Lee Min Ho has stolen the heart of Hong Kong.

On March 21, Lee Min Ho successfully launched Lee Min Ho Live in Hong Kong 2015 at the AsiaWorld Expo Arena in Hong Kong.

Over 12,000 fans gathered at Lee Min Ho’s Hong Kong concert, including a number of celebrities from Hong Kong, who later shared their experience through SNS posts.

Julian Cheung and Anita Yuen sent over a flower wreath with a message saying ‘Congratulations on your solo concert’ in Korean and congratulated the star once more through their SNS.

Anita Yuen is well known to be a fan of Lee Min Ho. Her husband Julian Cheung has previously revealed in public, “She was the head of my fan club for a long time, so I think she’d do a good job if she took charge of Lee Min Ho’s fan club.”

Numerous other celebrities, including Miss Hong Kong, famous producers and MCs, artists, broadcasting affiliates and more, also attended Lee Min Ho’s Hong Kong concert.

Lee Min Ho posted on his Weibo, ‘I thank everyone who came from all corners around of country for showing support for today’s concert. Have a beautiful night in Hong Kong.’

Meanwhile, Gangnam 1970 starring Lee Min Ho, was sold to 14 countries. It recently premiered in Hong Kong.

Photo credit: Starhaus Entertainment

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Stunning Photos of Architectural Density in Hong Kong

With seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. While the plain numbers may not sound too intriguing, the pictures look absolutely mind-blowing. In his ‘Architecture of Density’ photo series, German photographer Michael Wolf explores the incredible urban landscapes of Hong Kong.

Stripped of all outer context like sky or ground, his photos only show fragments of massive blocks of flats, both crumbling or still in construction. The way their monotone and repetitive details occupy the whole frame is mesmerizing, and makes you think about all the walls we build around ourselves.

Pictures by Michael Wolf

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