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 …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Patten warns against calls for Hong Kong independe...
views 31
Hong Kong's last British governor, Chris Patten, s...
Hong Kong leader demands end of independence talk,...
views 29
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong’s leader urged an ...
Hong Kong shares down as investors eye Fed meeting...
views 41
Sept 19 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks dipped on Tue...
China, Hong Kong stocks dip as investors await cue...
views 43
SHANGHAI: China and Hong Kong stocks dipped on Tue...
Rising credit-to-GDP gap signals banking system &#...
views 40
A new international banking report groups Canada w...
BOC HONG KONG (HOLDINGS) LTD : ex-dividend day for...
views 44
08/18 BANK OF CHINA: Tian Guoli resigns as Chairma...
Hong Kong’s newest export? MTR looks to sell train...
views 55
Hong Kong’s rail operator is looking to export its...
Hong Kong government initiates $256m fund for tech...
views 53
The Hong Kong government has launched a HK$2 billi...
Hong Kong plays catch up in Asean after two decade...
views 43
Beijing had cut a deal that for many south east As...
Thrillseeker, 21, dies at Hong Kong’s larges...
views 36
A 21-year-old man died in a haunted house in Hong ...