Some of Hong Kong’s famous dried seafood vendors face uncertain future under HK$1.3 billion redevelopment plan

Located on the northwestern tip of Hong Kong Island, the 12,000 sq ft site is occupied by a group of low-rise buildings built between 1959 and 1978 near Des Voeux Road West – also known as “dried seafood street”. Adjacent to the site, a small public …
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