Wong Kar Wai’s films shaped many people’s imagination of Hong Kong, including the director of A Mood in Hong Kong. When she really set her feet on Hong Kong’s street, she feels strange, the city is not what it should be for her. And she keeps asking why, until she finds the answer in Mong Kok in the evening, because the neon lights, which for her symbolizes Hong Kong as a metropolis, is disappearing. Neon lights, they used to appear everywhere in movies and photos of Hong Kong, they connect Hong Kong from its past to its present, and they even stretched this string farther into the history, to the old Shanghai and New York. Visual documents have their own magic; they created another enchanting Hong Kong.