The Chinese The Symphony of Lights in Hong Kong lit A junk in the waters off Hong Kong, above left, the city skyline, centre, and a busy market place, right government hasn't quashed the entrepreneurial spirit which remains in Hong Kong, designated a Special Administrative Region of China.
What does SoL stand for?
SoL stands for Symphony of Light (Online Gaming Community)
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We have 184 other meanings of SoL in our Acronym Attic
- Stricken on Leave
- Struck Out Looking (baseball)
- Stuff Outta Luck (polite form)
- Subculture of Live (fan club for the band Live)
- Suda on Line
- Summer of Love
- SuperOnline (ISP)
- Supported Open Learning (UK)
- Survive Outdoors Longer (Adventure Medical Survival Pak)
- Swear Out Loud
- Synchronous On-Line (curriculum)
- System Off Line
- System Operating Limit (North American Electric Reliability Council)
- Stiftung Ökologie & Landbau (Germany)
- Solidarité Enfants SIDA
- Stuff Outta Luck, Big Freakin' Deal (polite form)
- Sleep Onset Latency to Stage 1
- Saints of Los Angeles (Mötley Crüe album)
- Scholars' Online Academy
- Service Oriented Legacy Architecture (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Much remains the same, though: the Star Ferry is still transporting passengers from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon with more luxurious junks are offering trips to see the Symphony of Lights, the nightly light show involving more than 40 buildings on either side of the harbour.
But once inside Le Seven, we crossed Arc de Triomphe off our 'to do' list in favour of an extra hour spent savouring the indoor symphony of light and colours.
Hong Kong's urban lighting is one of the most striking features of the city; one of its biggest tourist draws is the dazzling, A Symphony of Light, a multimedia show that explodes over the skies and buildings on both sides of the harbor every night.
Must dos include crossing the harbour aboard the historic Star Ferry, watching the nightly Symphony of Lights, taking the tram to the top of the Peak, and enjoying the nightlife of SoHo, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai.
To make the best of the view, however, go out on the water at night on a Symphony of Lights tour, where up to 44 of the gigantic buildings are lit brightly and flash in time to music.
To make the best of the view, however, go out on the water at night on a Symphony Of Lights tour, where up to 44 of the gigantic buildings are lit brightly and flash in time to music.