The Green Island Cement Company – “A happy example of Anglo Chinese cooperation”

Aerial View Of Green Island Cement Company 1969

IDJ has kindly sent the following newspaper article. HF: I have retyped the original article to aid clarity and website searches. Thanks to SCT for proofreading the retyped version of the original article. A HAPPY EXAMPLE OF ANGLO CHINESE CO-OPERATION In this Empire Supplement, designed primarily to bring to the notice of British people in Hong Kong the campaign to […]

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The early history of Hong Kong’s railway: The Kowloon-Canton Railway. 1931 article

The Opening Of The Kowloon Canton Railway 1910 Pinterest

IDJ has sent the following newspaper article. I have retyped the original article to aid legibility and searches on the website. Thanks to SCT for proofreading the retyped article. A railway journal at any time is most interesting. To the young people it is an object lesson not learned in the classroom. To the more mature persons, it affords much […]

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The Riches to Rags to Riches Sagas of Li Po-lung (李寶龍) and his son Li Shiu-chung (李兆忠)

Li Shui Chung Empire Theatre In The 1950s (Source Cinematreasures.org )York Lo

York Lo: Several articles have been posted on the Group’s website about American shipbuilder George U. Sands and his shipyard in Kennedy Town which eventually ended up in the hands of the family of Li Sing, the richest man in Hong Kong at the turn of the 20th century. Several years ago, I wrote an article about Li Sing and two […]

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Hong Kong Water Supply – Lower Shing Mun Reservoir

Shing Mun

Tymon Mellor: The development of the Shing Mun Valley for its water resources was first proposed back in 1924, and this led to the development of the Shing Mun reservoir. The 1924 study identified the opportunity to build a smaller reservoir down-stream from the main reservoir, but this was not progressed. It took the post-war water crisis for the Government […]

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Hongkong Land Ltd: The Growth of a Giant

Hongkong Land 1898 1906 The First Buildings

Paul Mark Onslow kindly sent me a manuscript of The Hongkong Land Company’s 90th Anniversary 1889-1979. This contains information about a number of Hong Kong companies. Here I am incorporating the main article about Hongkong Land subtitled The Growth of a Giant written by Nigel Cameron. HF: I have retyped the article to increase legibility and aid searches on the […]

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The Hong Kong Brewers and Distillers Ltd new plant, 1933

Jehangir Ruttonjee B 1908

IDJ has sent the following newspaper article… The article contains a couple of grammatical mistakes and slight oddness of word choice which I have included in the retyped version below. HF: I have retyped the original newspaper article to improve clarity and to aid searches. Thanks to SCT for proofreading the retyped article. The drive to Castle Peak has always […]

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The Green Island Cement Company and the growth of the cement industry in Hong Kong, 1932

Green Island Cement Company C1900 A

IDJ has sent the following newspaper article which mainly focuses on the Green Island Cement Company in Hong Kong and outlines its production of cement in 1932. HF: I have retyped the article to improve clarity and searches on the website. Thanks to SCT for proofreading the retyped version of the original article. The Green Island Cement Company first started […]

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