Mong Kok lives up to its Chinese name, which translates roughly as "busy corner." Long city blocks here are known for bustling markets that sell clothing, flowers, pets, and temple goods. The neighborhood is the epicenter of Hong Kong street fashion—the trends that originate from these bustling streets are known as "MK style." Mong Kok is technically the last district of Kowloon: Boundary Street marks the beginning of the New Territories, though these days the urbanized areas are known as New Kowloon.
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