Newsletter 7, 30th June 2013
The 7th Industrial History of Hong Kong Group newsletter was published on 25th June 2013.
- A Bygone Industry in Hong Kong – Rickshaw Makers’ Stores – Fung Chi Ming The rickshaw is long out of date, but in days past it was a widely used form of urban transport. For public hire and for private use, it also created new employment. The first rickshaw in Hong Kong was of Japanese construction. But, as time went by, the rickshaws that came into use were locally made. There were many stores involved in the manufacture and maintenance of rickshaws...
- Bits and Pieces
- Industrial Developments in Hong Kong: some personal observations – Dan Waters
- Queries and Answers
- Needle Hill Tungsten Mine – Hugh Farmer
- New Subscribers
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