Tathong Point Beacon (Lighthouse) [1921- ]
On the southern end of Tung Lung Chau Island (N 22° 14' 23'', E 114° 17' 12''). A white concrete structure, first light 1921. The lighthouse was altered in 1924 and 1945. (List of Lighthouses, Light-vessels, Buoys, Beacons, Etc., on the coast and rivers of China, 1947 Source).
stevenD wrote in 2016: [...]Tathong Point, which was put in place in 1921 down near where the Marine Dept service jetty now is. It was a 21' high concrete column bearing a light visible at 12 miles, so a category 3-4 light and no mere beacon. [...] The remains of the light still exist - just the base of the column - and there's a Panoramio photo on Google Earth. This of course argues that the Japanese gun emplacement out of which today's light has been created was built from new during the occupation.