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2. Fa­mous Hong Kong street pho­tog­ra­pher. (3,2) 4. To spend time on in­ef­fec­tual ac­tiv­ity. 5. Whim­si­cal fab­ric popular with bal­leri­nas. 6. Lo­cal artist known for his pre­oc­cu­pa­tion with

ev­ery­day ob­jects and rit­u­als. (3,3) 7. For­mer Chief Sec­re­tary of Hong Kong and an

out­spo­ken pro­po­nent of democ­racy. (5,4) 8. A de­vice used in silk weav­ing. 10. Hav­ing made his for­tune at Jar­dines, this Eurasian ty­coon fi­nanced rev­o­lu­tions led by Sun Yat-sen to es­tab­lish mod­ern China. (6,6) 12. Ital­ian aper­i­tif flavoured with bit­ter or­ange and

herbs, of­ten mixed with soda or prosecco. 15. Cleopa­tra dis­solved one of th­ese in vine­gar

and drank it to win a bet with Mark Antony. 16. A tra­di­tional Can­tonese pas­try made with

win­ter melon and sesame. (4,4) 18. Ose­tra and Sevruga are types of th­ese. 21. Its con­sump­tion plunged hu­man­ity into sin, but

one a day sup­pos­edly keeps the doc­tor away. 22. The most ex­pen­sive cheese in the world,

made from don­key milk.

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