This is the third post in a series of four.
That’s one of the twelve divine generals from Chinese mythology.
I know this because of my impressive encyclopedic mental repertoire of culture knowledge. Plus, I’m Chinese.
The information plate below the statue helped only a little bit.
More food, yes.
Food and intellectual work are closely intertwined, as we know.
Let’s see, we’ve got almond sesame soup, bean curd, tea eggs, etc.
Etc. Ooh, did I mention tea eggs?
They’re made of chicken and tea.
Time for the strenuous task of taking the cable car down the hill.
Again, I’m in B mode (berserk mode) with my camera in the cable car.
I shall spare you from the awe-inspiring beauty of my other 29 photographs of passing cable cars.
And because a cable car sits a maximum of 10 people, we’re in here with another family.
This lady, too, is holding a camera.
A poetic moment.
There’s something to be said about being tourists – there’re always photographs telling you how to be tourists.
What better way to have fun in a cable car than to joyfully admire photographs of people having fun in cable cars. (See bottom left of photo below.)
Finally, below is what you see at the end of the cable car Big Buddha trip, just so you know you’re back in Hong Kong land.