During May's visit to Hong Kong Cemetery, Patricia pointed out this, which looks like a tunnel entrance:
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One of Forman's photos shows the steamship Hai-Ching (also written 'Haiching'), likely standing at one of the piers along Connaught Road.
Fred arrived in Hong Kong in June 1957, stationed here with the 1st Royal Tank Regiment. He was based at Sek Kong throughout, sailing home again in October 1959. Below you can browse through several hundred of the photos he took during that time.
Here are a few I can think of that are interested in one or more aspects of Hong Kong's history. What others are out there?
Nicknamed the 'Battle Box', the armed services underground headquarters was built in the late 1930's, where Pacific Place stands today.
Here's what we know about it so far. It's not much, so if you can add anything, please leave a comment below.
Reader Malcolm Bradbury starts us off. He has kindly emailed us: