On the corner of Peking & Hankow Roads.
that building and the one in front of it are still there: mohan's now a Fortresshttp://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&q=hong+kong&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Hong+Kong&gl=uk&ei=JHPWS7ivD8uTkAW4stS2Bg&ved=0CBIQ8gEwAA&ll=22.296174,114.171204&spn=0,0.004812&t=h&z=18&layer=c&cbll=22.296091,114.171212&panoid=4By6Ad3VgcM5TwMfvhqAMw&cbp=12,16.32,,0,-9.27
I've added in dates based on notes from philk:
The block here at 14-16 Hankow Road - Mohan's Building (built 1963) and featured on the James Bond clip, has just been demolished. It was really quick and came down in just a couple of weeks.
Here's a photo from November 2013, Mohan's Building already vanished.
Was not featured in the James Bond film.
Hi Phil, I'm a bit confused. I still believe that this empty lot at the junction of Peking and Hankow Roads is the place where Mohan's Building stood. Compare Google maps (probably early 2013), just start globe view and 3D. Mohan's building is being demolished, and the fence at the junction of Peking and Hankow Roads is visible.
Yes, Mohan's building was here until demolished a few years ago. My comment was referring to the comment above referring to the James Bond film.
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