CNY Decorations at Hong Kong International Airport. Flowers shaped into a monkey for the Year of the Monkey.
Chinese New Year tree decorated with red pockets at a restaurant in Renaissance Hotel.
Handicraft with the Chinese character meaning “longevity.” Chinese painting of pink and red flowers in the background.
Red lanterns along housing apartments at Chi Fu Road.
Lights and door decorations at the front gate of housing apartment at Chi Fu Road.
Street decorations at Aberdeen Road.
CNY toys and ornaments sold at Aberdeen Market.
Handwritten door couplets hung for sale at Victoria Park Flower Market.
“Road signs” replaced with the slogan “I am a Hongkonger.”
Strawberries filled with honey syrup in the style of traditional Chinese candy sticks.
Chocolate gold “coins.”
Soft-textured Chinese couplets, wishing others a life of wide smiles and happiness.
Blossom floral designs at SOGO Department Store in Causeway Bay.
Blossom tree with paper decorations outside Times Square shopping mall.
Auspicious Chinese New Year fruit tree known as Solanum mammosum.
Pictures of lion dance costumes inside the photo gallery at Times Square.
Dragons, symbolizing good luck, long life, and wisdom, often displayed during this festive time.
Outside of the CNY exhibition at Times Square.
Red pockets for sale at Times Square.
Lunar New Year market selling foods and drinks outside City’Super retail chain store.
Handmade arts and crafts of Chinese gold money.
“Good Fortune” sign overlooking the view at South Horizons.
Traditional CNY candy box shared with friends and families during visits.
Chinese “gold money” with chocolate inside, traditionally shared with friends and families for celebration with the Chinese character “猴,“ meaning monkey.
4-word idiom meaning good luck and prosperity.
All photos taken by Ariel So.