Li Chit Street, Wanchai [1887- ]
Named after: Li Chit. Carl Smith says the Li family became the largest Chinese landowners in Hong Kong in the nineteenth century. 
- 1887: [Marine Lot 25] 'was redeveloped in 1887 and Li Chit Street was cut through'. 
- 1919: 'The laying out of a new street (Li Chit Street) and the erection of 30 Chinese houses on M.L. 25, Praya East, was commenced.' 
- 19??: In recent years the street was pedestrianised.
I've set 1887 as the year the street was created, though I guess it was more of a lane through private property then, and only became a public street in 1919. Here's a view of the north end of the street in 1902:
The archway in the centre was the entrance to this lane / street, with numbers 9 and 10 Praya East on either side.
Other points of interest:
- Wanchai: In Search of an Identity by Carl Smith, published as a chapter of Hong Kong: A reader in social history.
- 1919 Public Works Department's annual report