Hong Kong Minibus
The Hong Kong public minibus system can be traced back before the 1960s but became a prominent transport service during 1967 when workers from China Motor Bus and Kowloon Motor Bus went on strike bringing buses and tram services to a halt in the city. Minibuses continued to operating illegally without a passenger service licence until 1969 when the government legalised the service. You can hail one down at any point along a route but there are now many minibus stops labelled with signage such as those here on this print. Which route do you take the most often?
- 3 sizes available
- Filter pocket
- Silicon ear-strap adjusters
- Micro peach outer layer with 2 inner layers of 100% cotton
Handcrafted and sewn in Hong Kong.
Available in the following sizes (approximate):
L : 16.0cm H x 10.5cm W
M: 14.0cm H x 10.0cm W
S: 13.0cm H x 9.5cm W