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Another rare non-nondescript building on Nathan Road is this neo-traditional-Chinese high-rise building at No. 82 - 84, Nathan Road. <Read more ...>
Presumably the skating rink was for roller skating at this time.
No doubt 'Old Timer' Peter can enlighten us? <Read more ...>
Cheong Hing Store right hand in the back.
Just wondering what the man (a tourist with a camera?) is doing with the kids? Or vice versa. Begging for sweets? <Read more ...>
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Junction of Nathan Road and Humphreys Ave ( 堪富利士道), Tsim Sha Tsui
牛奶公司九龍分店 Dairy Farm Ice & Cold Storage Kowloon (1918-1958) on the left, Cheong Hing Store on the right <Read more ...>
From The Hongkong Telegraph 1941-01-14
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Picture from below article, interview with current Cheong Hing Store CEO, Hommer Yu
https://hk.lifestyle.appledaily.com/etw/magazine/article/20051104/3_5368370/%E6%B4%8B-%E9%85%92-%E4%B8%96-%E5%AE%B6-%E6%98%8C-%E8%88%88-%E9%86%87-%E9%85%92-%E5%9D%8A <Read more ...>
Right hand is an entry to the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station.
Left - barely visible - is Golden Crown Court and the Swindon Book Shop. <Read more ...>
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