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.