Hong Kong street signs washi tape/masking tape

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The washi tape shows some featured street signs in hong kong.

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Hong Kong street signs washi tape/masking tape

Product Description

Street signs include the following streets: Potingger Street- is listed as a Grade I historical building by the Antiquities and Monuments Office. Among them, the section from Queen's Road Central to Hollywood Road is quite steep. Therefore, it is paved with stones and designed as a concave piece. It is convenient for pedestrians to go up and down, and it is convenient for rainwater to sneak along both sides. Call it Stone Street. Peak Road - The former Peak Road originally referred to the old Peak Road. The Peak Road now belongs to Stubbs Road at that time and was opened to traffic in 1923. Nathan Road - Nathan Road is one of the most famous roads in Hong Kong. It is named after the Governor Sir Nathan. Fa Yuen Road - Fa Yuen Road was built in the early days after the opening of Hong Kong. It was the only road connecting the Mid-Levels and Tai Ping Shan at that time. Paterson Street - is a street with a lot of traffic on Hong Kong Island. It is in the commercial shopping district of East Point, Hong Kong. Duddell Street - only one end can be opened to traffic. There is a granite staircase and 4 gas lamps at the junction with Ice House Street. The gas lamp is only a piece of Hong Kong and has a long history. It was listed as Hong Kong on August 15, 1979. Statutory monuments. Canton Road - is a major road in Yau Tsim Mong District, Kowloon, across three areas, namely Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei and Tsim Sha Tsui. Lan Kwai Fong is commonly known as the "Broken Ghost Square" in the 18th century. It is named after its foreigners. Afterwards, it was renamed as "Lan Kwai Fong" because of indecentness. Queen's Road Central - its original English name "Queen's Road" was originally commemorated by the then Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. It should be translated as "Queen's Avenue" but was misinterpreted by the Chinese master as "Queen's Avenue". Temple Street - Located in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Yau Tsim Mong District, Kowloon, Hong Kong is a northbound , linking civilization and Austin Road. Temple Street is known for selling night markets with cheap goods and is known as the "civilian nightclub" in Hong Kong. Tai O Road - is the most western road in Hong Kong. Star Street - the location of the Wanchai Power Plant, the first power plant in Hong Kong - Hong Kong Electric Light, operated between 1890 and 1919. At that time, the "Three Lights, Sun and Moon Stars" in the "Three Character Classics" was taken to name the streets near the power plant, and Star Street was one of them. Chung Ying Street - Located in Sha Tau Kok, jointly managed by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Shenzhen City, is part of the land boundary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. A stone is erected in the center of the street, indicating the boundary between Hong Kong and mainland China. Ap Liu Street - is a street in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. It is known for selling electronic components and electronic products. It has another name for Electronic Street or Electronic Parts Street. Bute Street - a number of streets through Nathan Road. Ocean Park Road - The first generation of Ocean Park Road is directly to the south of the Ocean Park at the junction of Wong Chuk Hang Road and South Wind Road. Height X Length :20mmX7m Material:Chinese UV printing masking tape(washi tape) 90cm per cycle with release paper. Please allow for some variation in color as displayed on different devices and screens. Actual colors may vary. This product will be shipped by regular air mail. The shipping time depends on the destination. Therefore, an exact date cannot be given.If you have any inquiry,please send a pinkoi message to me. Return policy can refer:https://en.pinkoi.com/policy#~g Refund Requests as below: https://pinkoi.com/my/refund

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