Cropped from Tai Hang and Tiger Balm Garden 1980 and slightly enhanced.
Inside the circle is the Pavilion (at hilltop) of unknown origin. Bushes and trees are starting to grow, obviously no one cares for this area. High-rises were built closer and closer to the Tiger Balm Garden.
Can't see the other two pavilions. <Read more ...>
The pavilion on the summit can be seen. <Read more ...>
A building I stumbled across somewhere off the Light Rail between Tuen Mun and Yuen Long. Finally, after years of Googling "紀念堂 屏山", I found this blog post (http://blog.terewong.com/archives/8985), which explains that it is Chuk Lam Ming Tong, an elderly care home (www.clmt.org.hk) in Ping Shan. <Read more ...>
Okay okay - we are coming to the end of Roland Brooks' "round robin". Thank you for bearing with me!
Having gone, it would appear, anti clockwise from Kowloon Hospital : <Read more ...>
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