Benjamin Li
Sep 4, 2013

Langham Place brings Hello Kitty back to 1960s Hong Kong

Hong Kong retail destination Langham Place claims that the 'Hello Kitty back to '60s Hong Kong' exhibition represents the first time that Sanrio has added local elements to its characters. The exhibit, open through 15 September, features a total of 14 retrospective images of Hello Kitty and her friends appearing at nine different nostalgic locations including Lion Rock Tunnel, Star Ferry Pier, Clock Tower, a vintage photo studio, Bamboo Theatre.

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