That light goatee and those geek-chic glasses make Snowden a shoo-in for this fashionable quarter of stark galleries, craft cocktail lounges, organic salad bars and wildly overpriced studio apartments, located just next to Hong Kong’s main business district. Whether joining the gluten-intolerant, chia-seed-munching lunchtime queues at Mana, or browsing the shelves of the Lomography shop, or rubbing shoulders with serious young foodies and fashionable chefs at the Graham Street market, Snowden can be assured of remaining unremarked and unmolested. Especially if he completes the look with a GOD tote, SkiBs cap and a copy of HK magazine folded under his arm. If he’s looking to rent, the hipster hideaways of Po Hing Fong and Tai Ping Shan Street are a just a short SQ600-clad stroll away.
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