Benjamin Li
Dec 11, 2013

Wheelock Properties photo exhibition showcases Hong Kong's natural beauty

To show visitors that Hong Kong is not just a concrete jungle, Wheelock Properties is organising a photo exhibition 'Nature on the Peak' at the Wheelock Gallery in Admiralty from 11-27 December. The exhibit showcases the work of Edward Stokes, a photographer who was born and grew up on the Peak. The company is also holding a 'Peak Exposure' photo competition to invite the public to capture the natural beauty around the Peak.

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