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I was here Chinese New Year day - the square was very busy with large groups of domestic workers having a day off - sitting on flattened cardboard boxes socializing and enjoying food - these groups were also down the ramps to the MTR and...More
Today, this feels more like a transitory place than a memorial site over those (British) who lose life during the war, but you will quickly recognize the monument as it is similar in London and in other historically classic British places around the world. Since...More
A replica of Lutyens cenotaph in London this commemorates the war dead. It reads "the glorious dead" - but one is left to wonder if there is any glory in war. Are there any winners in war - certainly a monument that provokes thought and...More
A small green space in bustling downtown. You can also admire some historical landmarks from this garden. The former Legislative Council Building (Old Supreme Court Building before that) and The Cenotaph. However, this place will be transformed on weekend as it will be invaded by...More
The Stature Square was one of the Hong Kong's heritage landmark. Special events or promotions will be held in this venue. The events of 'Hong Kong Winterfest 2015' and 'The Sparking Bvlgari Roman Holiday' was being held here was a success.
The Cenotaph, depicts the British governance in HongKong and its a must see monument.It is considered to be a replica of the cenotaph at London. The history is always a wonderful part to look for.Its in the center of the city's shopping paradise.So quite accessible...More
The Cenotaph in Hong Kong is a bleak and sombre monument dedicated to the fallen victims of World War I. Built at this location in 1923, it is an exact replica of the famous Sir Edwin Lutyen's Cenotaph situated at Whitehall in London.
The presence of the Cenotaph, so evocative of the British period of Governance in Hong Kong, makes a visit to this square worthwhile. A solemn reminder of the sacrifice many of Hong Kong made during two world wars.
However if one visits on a Sunday...More
In Hong Kong, it's not easy to find a place remind of yesteryears, for some strange reasons, they love to take out the old and replace with the new, so to find this place still here, is a historical find, a memorial to respect the...More
On a Sunday, it's full of domestic helpers having their day off. In the week, it's a bit of a desert - nothing much here apart from an entrance to the MTR station and a few benches to sit on. Really nothing more than somewhere...More
When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of
quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.