5 Salt pans in Mui Wo?

Eric Spain also has an enquiry about salt production in Mui Wo. He remembers seeing some RAF aerial photographs which showed salt pans there. [presumably immediately before, during or shortly after WW2?] Does anyone have any information about the pans and/or these photographs? Eric thinks they may be in a HK government archive. Newsletter 06 Eric Spain enquired asked whether there were salt […]

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Newsletter 5, 10th March 2013

The fifth Industrial History of Hong Kong Group newsletter was published on 10th March  2013. Contents: New Subscribers Hong Kong Industrial History Sources – Hugh Farmer The Taikoo Sugar Refinery – Jennifer Field Lang Hong Kong Industrial History: A Brief Account of the Accompanying Role Played by Technical Education and Training : Part Two – Dan Waters Queries & Answers […]

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Newsletter 4, 7th Feb 2013

The fourth Industrial History of Hong Kong Group newsletter was published on February 7th, 2013. Contents: New Subscribers Queries and Answers 19th Century Tomato Ketchup production in Yau Ma Tei – Hugh Farmer Hong Kong Industrial History: A Brief Account of the Accompanying Role Played by Technical Education and Training – Dan Waters Demolitions and Re-use Tai O Salt Production […]

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Wing Hong Industrial Building

The SCMP 19th January 2013 mentions a plan to turn the 50-year-old Wing Hong industrial building  in Cheung Sha Wan into a commercial building. http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1131191/ura-spend-hk17b-renovating-cheung-sha-wan-factory-1960s If you hear of any recent/current HK industrial demolitions, re-use please send them in. This article originally appeared in Newsletter 04

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Newsletter 3, 11th Jan 2013

The third Industrial History of Hong Kong Group newsletter was published on January 3rd, 2013. Contents: Members The RAS Re-use group The almost complete demolition of Eastern Cotton Mills, Ma Tau Wan Kowloon Walled City Gwulo.com Two HK mines – West Brother Graphite and Lin Ma Hang Lead The Stephen Hui Geological Museum – located  on the campus of The […]

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Newsletter 2, 4th December 2012

The second Industrial History of Hong Kong Group newsletter was sent in December 2012. Contents: Introduction to new members Request for information about the Taikoo Sugar Refinery and its rival China Sugar Company Information about recent activities and forthcoming articles Request for contributions The newsletter also mentioned that Hugh Farmer had written an article about “Rennie’s Mill’ which had been […]

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Newsletter 1, 22nd November 2012

The first newsletter for the Industrial History of Hong Kong Group was emailed to a small group in November 2012. The newsletter served as an introduction to IndHHK and its aims. In it Hugh Farmer said, “I think I would like to start by exchanging information to get an idea of the range of subjects and identify what sources are […]

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