It's perhaps the biggest party in the world of sport...
The annual Hong Kong Sevens, which this year was held from April 5-7, is loved by rugby fans and players alike, regularly attracting as many as 120,000 spectators.
Asked about the key to enjoying the event, comedian Al Murray once said: "You just have to hand yourself over and not worry about what time of day or night it might be."
No wonder there is a saying in Hong Kong: "If you ever get bored of the sevens, you can turn around and watch the rugby."
From small beginnings, it's now a truly global affair, with 28 teams in total at the ground this year.
World famous for the atmosphere it generates, the Hong Kong South Stand does not stop jumping all weekend.