At the Eastern end of Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok airport, construction work is underway on a really big project; this is the future transit facility for the Hong Kong end of the Hong Kong/Zhuhai/Macau transport link. This system will comprise 50km of tunnels and bridges that will link these important Pearl River Delta trading cities. The main bridge will be over 22km long and the cost is estimated to be over US$10 Billion and rising. Incredibly, the Hong Kong Government agreed funding for the project on the same day that the contract was signed with contractors and work actually began within days – try doing that under the UK planning system! The entire structure is due for completion in 2016. At the time that this photo was taken, other passengers on the ferry that I was on were enthusiastically pointing out the pair of pink dolphins that were hunting right on the edge of the construction site at the left hand side of the image. What a contrast!