This year's Mid-Autumn Festival "check-in" hot spot Kwun Tong waterfront, the 15-meter-high giant luminous moon model completed the task after the holiday. Suspected of being hit by wind and rain, it floated on the sea this morning (23), and then collapsed.
Netizens laughed and said that they can now "fish out the moon in the sea."
Among the many "check-in" hotspots during the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Kwun Tong waterfront is the most popular. The 15-meter-high giant luminous moon model is placed on a barge on the sea, and the public can take pictures of the "double moon" scenery.
On the Mid-Autumn Festival and the next day, the sky was beautiful, and the public escaped the wind and rain and went out to admire the moon.
However, after the holiday, the wind was surging today (23rd), and the giant moon on the Kwun Tong waterfront was suspected of being hit by wind and rain. It floated on the sea first, and then collapsed.
The Observatory issued a warning at 10 am, stating that violent gusts of up to 90 kilometers per hour or above are expected to hit Hong Kong.
It is forecasted to be generally cloudy today with occasional showers and strong squally thunderstorms in some areas at first.
Blow gently until the easterly wind is fresher.
▼ 9.21 Mid-Autumn Festival Kwun Tong waterfront is full of people watching the moon▼
Showers and thunderstorms are affecting the coast of Guangdong. At 10 o'clock in the morning, the tropical depression in the southern part of the South China Sea gathered about 440 kilometers southeast of Da Nang. It is expected to move northwest at a speed of about 22 kilometers per hour towards central Vietnam.
Looking forward to the next one or two days, it will be generally cloudy with strong winds and a few showers.