On Flickr attributed to Queensway, but I'm quite sure that this is Harcourt Road. The right hand building should be the red cross headquarters. Wikipedia says: 1965 Inauguration of the Hong Kong Red Cross Headquarters at Harcourt Road. I created a place for it.
Left are the Nissen Huts of the Hong Kong Flotilla.
M.F. Key, O.B.E. - Secretary to the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce - was an internee in Stanley Prison Camp during WWII. For some time he shared a room with the Vice-Chancellor of the University - (who was giving lectures at the camp on English literature for two years, twice a week).
Mr Key published a small, 12 page, soft-cover booklet/pamphlet initially in Kaplee, Kapunda, Australia, in November 1945. Because of heavy demand, he re-produced the booklet in Hong Kong in June 1946.