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The Beautiful Afterglow of Sunset - Lower Ngau Tau Kok Estate

The Beautiful Afterglow of Sunset - Lower Ngau Tau Kok Estate

With over 40 years of history, Lower Ngau Tau Kok Estate was the last resettlement estate in Hong Kong to be redeveloped. Before its clearance in early 2010, many sitting tenants, shop operators, former residents, as well as several artists shared their fond memories of the estate.

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Farewell So Uk

Farewell So Uk

So Uk Estate was completed in 1963 and scheduled for demolition by phases in 2009 and 2012. In bidding farewell to the estate, current and former residents, estate management personnel and architects comment on the unique design and living environment of the estate.

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Sample Flat at Azalea House of So Uk Estate

Sample Flat at Azalea House of So Uk Estate

Shows a public housing flat redecorated some old furniture and household items donated by former residents to mimic the living environment of So Uk Estate in the 1960's.

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Shek Kip Mei - Those were the Days

Shek Kip Mei - Those were the Days

Shek Kip Mei Estate, built in 1954, was Hong Kong's first resettlement estate. With the last phase of the old estate's clearance carried out in 2006, all but one block – Mei Ho House – were demolished. A group of former residents who had lived their childhood on the estate, came back to reminisce about the simple but good old days.

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