Christmas in Hong Kong

I was happy to learn from my colleagues that one of my photos was the first in a list of 40 Christmas pics featured by The Atlantic. You can see the slideshow by clicking on the screen grab below. A few other photos from the shoot are below the screen grab.

Christmas in Hong Kong

A priest holds a Christingle, meaning 'Christ Light', during a festive church service on Christmas Eve in Hong Kong.

A priest holds a Christingle, meaning ‘Christ Light’, during a festive church service on Christmas Eve in Hong Kong.

A young boy (R) holds a Christingle, meaning 'Christ Light', during a festive church service on Christmas Eve in Hong Kong.

A young boy (R) holds a Christingle, meaning ‘Christ Light’, during a festive church service on Christmas Eve in Hong Kong.

Children hold Christingles, meaning 'Christ Light', as they sing during a festive church service on Christmas Eve in Hong Kong.

Children hold Christingles, meaning ‘Christ Light’, as they sing during a festive church service on Christmas Eve in Hong Kong.

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