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  • Birthday 09/22/1977

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    Hong Kong, China
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    My brickshelf:<br />i like lego , diving and soccer!


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  1. Thanks! Its outlook is mixed of Western and Traditional style! The step street contains a lot of Hong kong stalls!
  2. I joined the Hong Kong Lego builder competition, it is my MOC product. I spent around 1 months to make it with around 10000 parts. The oldest Central Police Station (Hong Kong)structure within the compound is a barrack block built in 1864. It is a three-storey building constructed adjacent to Victoria Prison. A storey was later added to the block in 1905. In 1919, Headquarters Block facing Hollywood Road was constructed. Subsequently in 1925, the two-storey Stable Block was constructed at the north-west end of the parade ground and later used as an armoury.
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    Hello Kitty X Fabuland Balloon

    Thanks a lot! As the trees are the big forest , so i use this tree parts as the bigi big trees!
  4. Now, my baby is 10months old, i made a Hello Kitty Balloon to her. It is made of snot skill and with Fabuland figures. It is supported by the 2x2 panel, a finger movement can make it move left and right. It is quite lovely! http://www.brickshel...llo_kitty_3.jpg http://www.brickshel...lo_kitty__2.jpg
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    Hong Kong General Post Office (1911-1976)

    As this MOC has totally four floors, 48x48 is much better. For 32x32, i should give up some detailed structure!
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    Hong Kong General Post Office (1911-1976)

    Thanks! Actually, this MOC is started from 32x32. However, its real size is very big, it is increased into 48x48. In fact , my MOC is only around 1/3 of the real building!
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    Hong Kong General Post Office (1911-1976)

    Thanks for lightningtiger , you added more detailed information about its original design!
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    Hong Kong General Post Office (1911-1976)

    Thanks! For the total amount of parts, i never calculated. I think it is around 3000-4000 pieces. It used up nearly all of my reddish brown and tan bricks at my home. Besides, i also ordered a lot of plate and tiles! I like post office and train station so much, i also want lego co. can release more and more detailed post office line and train line. It is much better tahn boring police, fire station , hospital and construction line. They have been released X times since 198X
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    Hong Kong General Post Office (1911-1976)

    Thanks! I planned this MOC in 2011 but i did not have enough parts. Finally, i ordered more parts in 2012, i spent around half year to complete it!
  10. http://en.wikipedia....fice,_Hong_Kong It is the Hong Kong General Post Office, it was built in 1911. However, it had been pushed down in 1976 to set up the subway in Hong Kong, Central I like its style, so i made this MOC(48x48). I used the tan and reddish brown color, it is only part of the orignal post office. It has four floors. G/F is the service counter and loading bay for vehicles. The 1/F is cashier, the 2/F is letter collection centre. The 3/F is the headquarter. Real photo: more photos are posted in this link: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=524410 http://www.brickshel...ce/p1060660.jpg http://www.brickshel...ce/p1060663.jpg http://www.brickshel...ce/p1060659.jpg http://www.brickshel...ce/p1060657.jpg http://www.brickshel...ce/p1060658.jpg http://www.brickshel...ce/p1060654.jpg http://www.brickshel...ce/p1060655.jpg
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    MOC: Hong Kong Ktt Railway

    You can see the inside at the links on page 6! Re(Funkdis)------------but the glass is very expensive now!
  12. Thanks! I like the old style train station e.g. 4554 , 7997! So i chosse this color to make my MOC train station! My next step is too enlarge its size e.g. set up the bus stop!
  13. Sorry! Late to re-size the pictures!
  14. I made the KCR No. 51 Sir Alexander Locomotive in 2010. Now, i also posted the guest car and the livestock cars, please enjoy! more photos: