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The 1907's Hong Kong

Hong Kong Economic History

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zhangfei123

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After nearly a hundred years of development, Hong Kong has become a super city, comparable to New York on the East Coast. Today's Hong Kong is no longer the original Aberdeen.


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I wonder if it would have been possible to keep those historic buildings and still build a modern city around/on top of them that attains the same population density. I think it's quite attractive when a city has lower, older buildings with high modern towers sticking out between them. 







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