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Old Posted Jun 24, 2003, 6:15 PM
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excellent shot!
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sheung wan revitalization project has begun ...
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[fcuk]Is this a joke or something? They raze every heritage in the city and then give us some freaking photo for compensation?[/fcuk]
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the MTR ventilation outlet blows out warm/hot air all the time, it is very disgusting and no decoration can improve the situation. Don't waste money, ok?
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I think the important thing is to pedestrianize the roads at the entrances to the stations. Anyway, it's not going to cost a lot of money.
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damn that took long to load ...
nice pic rachmaninov!!!
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the reclamation in vitoria harbour is now in progress....
the great view from central pier will never see again...

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hey giggs choi ... is that the viewing point towards discovery bay pier??? the section that sticks out a little
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Old Posted Jun 29, 2003, 4:55 PM
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i was thinking about the progress of nina tower yesterday. My wish becomes truth!

thx for the pics! :-)
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I was thinking of nina and the new tower at Mongkok. So I'm partially happy today.
(And also the new tall building at Hanoi Road...)
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Old Posted Jun 30, 2003, 3:06 AM
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I was thinking of nina and the new tower at Mongkok. So I'm partially happy today.
(And also the new tall building at Hanoi Road...)
will bring you the photo within this week.
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Police HQ looks rather different from the original design. Does anyone know the new height ? (The old figure was top floor 188m, roof 191m and spire 206m) It already looks taller than 200m now without the spire...
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HK going higher...

and higher...


and higher...
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I was thinking of nina and the new tower at Mongkok. So I'm partially happy today.
(And also the new tall building at Hanoi Road...)
will bring you the photo within this week.
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This is a very interesting development - Hong Kong could do with something intimate and charming like this to balance all the huge corporate style developments. Where is the waterfront? Will it be in front of Central?

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It looks fake. But that could work, who knows ?
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Old Posted Jun 30, 2003, 11:49 PM
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This is a very interesting development - Hong Kong could do with something intimate and charming like this to balance all the huge corporate style developments. Where is the waterfront? Will it be in front of Central?
It is a suggestion given by an organization.
It may not be built.

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