One could gaze through the windows of Hong Kong’s iconic transportation, the tram or Ding Ding as the locals call, gazing, reflecting, and spacing out for the whole ride. It passes through the bustling fast-paced city streets of Hong Kong one stop at a time, sometimes making an abrupt stop and at times absorbing the different bumps and elevations of the road. 

Ding Ding strips the efficiency that commuters are used to, forcing them to appreciate the Hong Kong that they think they know all too well.

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