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Saiwan Cemetery : Canadian soldiers
Magazine Gap, the road at the end of the war
Government House showing alternations made during the Japanese Occupation
Cinema Screen and Projection Room, Kai-Tak Airfield
Tiger Balm Garden pagoda - Tai Hang
View from the peak
Tai Tam reservior
Hong Kong Battery Shells
Statue of Queen Victoria with arm broken off.
Damaged by the Japanese.
When Hong Kong fell under Japanese occupation, the statue was taken to Japan to be melted down
and the bronze metal recycled for the Japanese effort.
But Victoria survived the ordeal, despite some damage, and was returned to Hong Kong after the war.
The restored version – without the canopy – was unveiled in 1952 in Victoria Park, where it continues to stand today.
Reference: Visualizing China.net