"Dragon Creek Terrace" – Miniature figurines and lights add life to this recreated residential building.
"Dragon Creek Terrace" – This scene depicts Hongkongers putting up festival lights and hanging their laundry from balconies.
"Dragon Creek Terrace" – This building was demolished in 1980, but Lai keeps the memory of it alive through his miniature art.
"Eyes of The Dragon" – With mesmerizing attention to detail, Lai adds miniature lights to the dragon's eyes for dramatic effect.
"Sam Kok Mar Tou (Triangular Pier)" -- – A close-up shot depicts a tram running past the pier on Hong Kong's Connaught Road.
"The Old and the Beautiful" – Lai's most complex creation, this scene depicts people going about their daily chores in a once dilapidated village. It took days of painstaking work just to paint rust stains onto the shacks.
"Sam Kok Mar Tou (Triangular Pier)" – Built in the early 20th century, this bustling Hong Kong pier was torn down in the 1990s. Lai keeps its memory alive by recreating the area's vibrant neon signs and busy community.
"Traditional Hong Kong Barbershop" – From the hair-strewn floor and stacks of magazines to the 1970s-style TV set, no details are spared in this typical Hong Kong scene.
"Manchu Han Imperial Feast" – Chan recreates an imperial dinner, blending Han Chinese and Manchurian cultures with meticulous detail.
"Good Spring Company Limited" – This work depicts a famous Chinese herb shop in Central Hong Kong.
"Good Spring Company Limited" – The shop is one of the few recreated by Lai and Chan that still exists today.
"Cha Chaan Teng (Hong Kong-style cafe)" – Chan and Lai showcase traditional Hong Kong dishes like char siu fan (barbecued pork over rice), iced lemon tea and pineapple buns in this cafe replica that took one month to complete.
"Herbal Tea Shop" – Chan and Lai depict a traditional herbal tea shop, once an integral part of any Hong Kong community.
"Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance" – These close-up miniatures show a ceremonial fire dance taking place in front of the Dragon Creek Terrace before it was torn down in 1980.