in early February 2013, this books comes in two editions. The hardback
edition is limited and retails for HK$220 whilst the softback edition
retails for HK$168. |
fourth in this series of Yearbooks has the same general appearance as the
previous editions, making it instantly recognisable. As with all the
previous editions, it is presented in a colourful manner with a large
number of colour photographs covering all aspects of Hong Kong's
Half of the book covers buses, with a large section on aircraft and
others featuring railways and ferries. Almost all the text in this
book is in Chinese, however, most chapters have a brief English translation,
which is helpful and enables those of us unable to read Chinese text to follow
most articles. Lists of new buses and withdrawn buses are also in English.
In the table below I have attempted to describe all the various
articles and have included several page shots as well.
My interest in Hong Kong extends
beyond its buses and this book provides an overview of transport in
general. I particularly like the use of large colourful photogaphs.
again, JRTeam have maintained their high standards in producing another
excellent Yearbook which is well worth the HK$220 (or HK$168 for a softback edition).