A report on San Po Kong

Looking South-west over San Po Kong in July 2012
Looking north-east over San Po Kong in October 2010
A building of the public San Po Kong Factory Estate, shortly before its demolition in October 2007.

Area in New Kowloon in Hong Kong.

- San Po Kong
Looking South-west over San Po Kong in July 2012

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Nan Lian Garden in Diamond Hill

Diamond Hill

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Hill in the east of Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Hill in the east of Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Nan Lian Garden in Diamond Hill

It is surrounded by Ngau Chi Wan, San Po Kong, Wong Tai Sin and Tsz Wan Shan.

Prince Edward Road East in San Po Kong

Prince Edward Road

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Prince Edward Road East in San Po Kong
Prince Edward Road East in San Po Kong
Prince Edward Road West and Prince Edward Road East
Prince Edward Road West is often congested
Kai Tak Airport was next to Prince Edward Road

Prince Edward Road East and Prince Edward Road West are roads in Kowloon, Hong Kong, going in an east-west direction and linking Tai Kok Tsui, Mong Kok, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon City and San Po Kong (outside the retired Kai Tak Airport).

Several public housing estates located in Wong Tai Sin

Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong

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Area in Wong Tai Sin District, New Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Area in Wong Tai Sin District, New Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Several public housing estates located in Wong Tai Sin

Wong Tai Sin is surrounded by northeast Tsz Wan Shan, east Diamond Hill, south San Po Kong, south west Tung Tau and west Wang Tau Hom.

Mikiki's entrance along King Fuk Street

Mikiki

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Mikiki's entrance along King Fuk Street
Mikiki's entrance along King Fuk Street
Mikiki's atrium
The public sitting area of the mall was originally situated outside the toilets' entrance. This sitting area was later removed.
Level 1 Shops

Mikiki is a shopping centre in San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Kai Tak Nullah in front of Nga Tsin Wai Tsuen and Tung Tau Estate. San Po Kong is on the opposite bank.

Kai Tak Nullah

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Nullah or watercourse that collects water from the rivers and streams flowing from the hills in northern New Kowloon.

Nullah or watercourse that collects water from the rivers and streams flowing from the hills in northern New Kowloon.

Kai Tak Nullah in front of Nga Tsin Wai Tsuen and Tung Tau Estate. San Po Kong is on the opposite bank.
Improvement work in May 2016
Kai Tak Nullah was a bay, close to Lung Tsun Stone Bridge (1915)
Map of Kowloon in 1915. The Kai Tak Nullah is next to Kowloon Walled City (or Chinese Town in this map) and Lung Tsun Stone Bridge.
Kai Tak Nullah in 1960
Water flow from Nullah to Kai Tak Airport in 2007
Meeting point of Fung Wong Kai Stream and Kai Tak Nullah (2008)

It flows from Po Kong Village Road along Choi Hung Road, pass Tung Tau Estate and San Po Kong, into Kai Tak Development Area before discharging into the Victoria Harbour at the Kwun Tong Typhoon Shelter.

A panoramic view of Kowloon Bay reclamation (left) and Ngau Tau Kok (right) across from it. The old Kai Tak Airport runway is on the left.

Kowloon Bay

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Body of water within Victoria Harbour and an area within Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Body of water within Victoria Harbour and an area within Kowloon, Hong Kong.

A panoramic view of Kowloon Bay reclamation (left) and Ngau Tau Kok (right) across from it. The old Kai Tak Airport runway is on the left.
High-rise office buildings in Kowloon Bay
Telford Gardens
The skyline of Kowloon Bay
A 1915 topographical map of Kowloon Bay, Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Harbour. Kowloon Bay is located in the upper right part of the map.

Even San Po Kong, which is now far from the coast, was reclaimed from the bay in the early days.

Clash between striking tram workers and police officers on 30 August 1967

1967 Hong Kong riots

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The 1967 Hong Kong riots were large-scale anti-government riots that occurred in Hong Kong during British colonial rule.

The 1967 Hong Kong riots were large-scale anti-government riots that occurred in Hong Kong during British colonial rule.

Clash between striking tram workers and police officers on 30 August 1967
Police officers preparing to confront rioters on 21 May 1967. The rioters are out of the picture, below the balcony and to the right of where the photographer is standing.
Meeting of the Committee of Hong Kong and Kowloon Compatriots from All Circles for Struggle Against British Hong Kong Persecution
In the afternoon of the Sha Tau Kok incident, police officers stood guard at the cordon outpost. A military helicopter arrived at the scene to conduct low-altitude reconnaissance.
The funeral of PC Lee Koon Sang on 13 December 1967

In May, a labour dispute broke out in a factory producing artificial flowers in San Po Kong.

Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School

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Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School (also referred to as NWC; ) is a boys' secondary school in San Po Kong, Wong Tai Sin District, Hong Kong.

Ho Lap College

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Ho Lap College

Ho Lap College, HLC, is a band-one grant-aided co-educational grammar school in San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Choi Hung Road Playground

Choi Hung Road Playground

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Choi Hung Road Playground
Remnants of Kai Tak Playground in Choi Hung Road Playground

Choi Hung Road Playground is located in Choi Hung Road, San Po Kong, Wong Tai Sin District, Kowloon, Hong Kong.