Luk Hoi Tung Hotel [????-????]
This hotel was one of the places used to hold internees before they were moved to Stanley Camp in Jan 1942.
The position is approximate, based on this address from the 1948 Telephone Directory:
Luk Hoi Tung Hotel, gr. floor, 147/150 Connaught Rd. C. 23876 „ 1st floor 20083
However it may have moved, so I'm not 100% sure the marker shows the location of the hotel in 1941/2.
Moddsey found another clue:
R. MacKenzie, then CIP in 1964 in this issue of the Police Magazine recounts
" I was put up into a 'palatial place' called the Luk Hoi Tong with about 150 of my fellow officers. The two-storey Luk Hoi Tong was situated near to Connaught Road Central and the Sincere Company premises. I shared a room with four others, two to a bed, no exercise and never ending supplies of half-cooked chicken feet and a cacophony of sound from the rats running across the wire mesh above our beds.
On 22 January 1942, we left this 'hotel' and were marched to Sam Kok Ma Tau (Triangular Pier) where we all boarded an enormous junk and were towed by a launch via Green Island and Aberdeen to Stanley."
If anyone can confirm its location in 1941/2, please let us know.