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A packed out tea house in Wan Chai, corner of Johnston and Stewart Roads. Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne on 2 June 1952, but coronation was one year later in 1953

My mum was born after the end of the second world war and Japanese rule in Hong Kong. It is not hard to gather that life was pretty hard, where resources were still being rationed at the time when …

Island Stories, Part II: Hong Kong's Disappearing Islands - Zolima City Magazine

Hong Kong is made up of 263 islands – but that number is smaller than it once was, and it may shrink even more in the future.

HKFP History: A brief visual history of Hong Kong's Peak Tram | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

It has been over 131 years since the Peak Tram opened in Hong Kong though, technically, it is not even a tram but a cable-hauled funicular railway. Below is a brief, visual history of one of the city’s most iconic treasures. Photo: richardwonghk6 on Flickr The son of Queen Victoria, Alfred, became the first royal visitor to make a ritual […]


Hungry Chinese queue for an issue of rice shortly after the British occupation of Hong Kong. Sentry A/B J Bullen looks on.

‘Before and After’ Photos of Old & New Hong Kong

Side-by-side comparisons of old and new Hong Kong through photography.

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Only in Madame Fu restaurant! My paintings presented on a wedding fair 💖 In one of Tai Kwun’s most beautiful, colonial style buildings, is a great mix of history and elegance. Madame Fu is more than just a restaurant. It is the place where everyone feels the atmosphere of Hong Kong.
With over 14,000 years combined experience here at Flight Centre, we’ve been to every destination, and in every possible travel situation. We’ve sailed to Antarctica, tasted our way through the streets of Hong Kong, and been on safari in the Serengeti. We’ve seen the Northern Lights, danced in the new year in New York City, and learned about our indigenous history in the Kimberley. You name it, we know it, because there’s nowhere we haven’t been. #ExperienceOurExperience #BeenThereWithFC
“History always repeats itself,” warned top microbiologist Yuen Kwok-yung, a professor at the University of Hong Kong.
This summer, Lévy Gorvy will inaugurate its new global initiative REVEAL, an ongoing series of single-work focus exhibitions devoted to postwar and contemporary masterpieces, accompanied by educational programming both in its spaces and online. The first REVEAL exhibition will open at Lévy Gorvy Hong Kong on July 7, 2020: "Jean-Michel Basquiat: Royalty, Heroism, and the Streets" brings a rare and exceptional painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat from his breakthrough year of 1982.