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Former Kai Tak Airport’s new 13/31 runway, which is now the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, opened on 12 September in 1958

Art shows aeroplane's scaring but interesting landing on Kai Tak Airport runway

Ex-Kai Tak Airport’s famous runway opened on 12 September 1958 Former Hong Kong Kai Tak Airport’s new 13/31 runway opened on 12 September 1958. Experienced pilots took the risk to take off and land on this runway everyday up till 1998 when they got a safer, longer and newer runway at the new Hong Kong…

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In the past, Hong Kong’s Chinese restaurants allowed which type of PET?

Art work shows old bird market in the past

Dog or Bird or Goldfish? The answer is ……bird! You can watch the old Hong Kong commercial for brandy from YouTube first. Frank the tour guide is going to explain the answer to you in this blog post.   Frank is eager to share more interesting Hong Kong history with clients during his private car…

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In Hong Kong, toilets in most apartment blocks use what type of water for flushing?

The scenic High Island Reservoir

Seawater or recycled water or distilled water? The answer is ……seawater!!! Frank the tour guide is going to show you the history of seawater flushing system in this blog post.   Frank is willing to share more Hong Kong common sense with travelers during his private car tour service. History of seawater flushing system During…

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Hong Kong General Post Office opens today 11 August in 1976

General Post Office and Hong Kong Eye ferries wheel

General Post Office opened on 11 August 1976 Hong Kong General Post Office in Central of Hong Kong Island opened on 11 August 1976. It always correlates to the property development and land reclamation of Hong Kong.   The once seaward General Post Office is now waiting for redevelopment. Frank the tour guide is eager…

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Short video about the fishermen in China trade art of Hong Kong Museum of Art

Sampan boat, fisherman rowing paddle

Frank’s short video about fishermen in China trade art of Hong Kong Museum of Art China trade art was produced by Western painters and local Chinese painters. They captured the life, customs and landscapes of Pearl River Delta in southern part of China in the 18th and 19th century to cater the British, European and…

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