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Converging Paths at Public Housing Estates
Mr HO Sai-chu

Mr HO Sai-chu

Mr Ho gives an eye-witness account of the design and construction of the Bowring Bungalows and the Mark I resettlement blocks in the 1950s.

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Mr Conrad WONG Tin-cheung

Mr Conrad WONG Tin-cheung

Mr Wong, a Housing Department building contractor for many years, talks about changes in the design and construction of public housing over the years.

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Mr CHAN Sing-tong

Mr CHAN Sing-tong

Uncle Tong shares his fond memories of the neighbourly care and mutual support experienced during his days serving on the Mutual Aid Committee.

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Mr Simon LI

Mr Simon LI

For years, Mr Li went from door to door to collect rents, developing good relationships with estate residents in the process. He was nicknamed “the rent-collection guy” by residents.

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Mr Patrick LUK

Mr Patrick LUK

Mr Luk recounts his fond childhood memories of living in a tiny flat shared by the seven members of his family.

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Ms Winnie CHAN

Ms Winnie CHAN

Having managed seven-storey resettlement blocks in the 1970s, Winnie remembers how some housing officers would help poor elderly residents with their rent.

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Ms SZETO Hung

Ms SZETO Hung

Ms Szeto relates how she took part in improving the estate environment as an Estate Management Advisory Committee member.

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Mr CHAN Chai-kuen

Mr CHAN Chai-kuen

Mr Chan relates how, when he was running small shops in the estates through the economic downturn, the Housing Department helped him get through hard times.

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Ms Bettina NG

Ms Bettina NG

Bettina talks about helping South Asian residents integrate into public housing estate life and play their part in building a harmonious community.

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