Thank you to the community for responding to my posts.
I refer to my posts of photographs of what I assumed were of tombs I have been looking at postcards that are for sale on a well know auction site. One of these shows the grave of a weathly Chinese gentleman. This tomb is similar in design as the one in my photograph [ although not the same tomb]. It is interesting to note that the postcard had nothing on the back except "Published by M Starnborg Wholesale and Retail Postcard Dealer at No 51 Queens Road Central and No 54 Queens Road Central Hong Kong"
There is still an outstanding queries as to why two people were on the left and right of the possible tomb in a pose that appeared to show that they were guarding the entrance and where in Hong Kong was this tomb as there did not seem to be a lot of tombs, structures around the site.
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