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170 Yee Kuk Street

A Grade II historic building, 170 Yee Kuk Street is what is known as a tong lau — a type of tenement building that was prevalent in South China in the late 19th centuries. Built in the 1920s, the ground floor formerly acted as a shop for a frame-maker, while the floors above served a residential function. Business has long ceased but the building’s windows — distinctive of old tong laus across Hong Kong — and the calligraphic signs advertising the old framing business remain icons.


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170 Yee Kuk Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
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