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July 25, 2007
Hong Kong's graffiti king Tsang Tsou-choi poses with a Daihatsu car he decorated with his calligraphy...
Hong Kong, China
File photo of Hong Kong graffiti king Tsang Tsou-choi who died in Hong Kong at the age of 86
Hong Kong's graffiti king Tsang Tsou-choi poses with a Daihatsu car he decorated with his calligraphy during the "Japan@Cool Expo" show in Hong Kong in this August 22, 2002 file photo. Tsang died on July 15, 2007 due to sickness in a hospital at the age of 86, his fashion designer friend William Tang told reporters on July 25, 2007. Tsang, also known as "Kowloon Emperor", is dismissed by many people as just another old grubby loony, but his calligraphy graffiti have won international recognition as art, including sales at Sotheby's. For over four decades, he has been writing Chinese characters on big slabs, everything from flyover pillars and bus stops to electricity substations and walls throughout the territory. Picture taken August 22, 2002. REUTERS/Kin Cheung/Files (CHINA)
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