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Individual Workshop: The Final Report: Comprehensive Redevelopment of Sun, Moon, Star Street Area in WAN Chai by So-Bik LeeThis dissertation, Individual Workshop: the Final Report: Comprehensive Redevelopment of Sun, Moon, Star Street Area in Wan Chai by So-bik, Lee, 李素碧, was obtained from The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong) and is being sold pursuant to Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation. All rights not granted by the above license are retained by the author.
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The hilly area of the streets was the earliest burial ground assigned by the Hong Kong Government in for the non-Chinese population. This was removed in and replaced by residential buildings for local Chinese. The station was demolished in Starting in , Swire Properties , the developer of Pacific Place , started acquiring properties in the neighborhood. Having acquired a large number of properties there, they started transforming the area into a commercial neighborhood. They retained ownership of the car parks, shops and restaurants, and went into such details as designing specific street signs and street lights.
Over the constant whir of an espresso machine, I heard Cantonese; Italian; French; and Australian-, American-, and British-inflected English—a diverse range of languages coming from my fellow customers as they enjoyed their croissants and poached eggs with avocado on toast. This local business has nailed a distinctly American brunch vibe: Massive sandwiches, crisp French fries, and fluffy pancakes were coming out of the kitchen at a rapid clip, and the barista was wearing a toque that read Wonderful Brooklyn since In this little neighborhood, among the quiet dead-end streets and small tree-filled squares, visitors will find Vietnamese, Italian, Spanish, and even craft-beer-and-burger restaurants; boutiques selling French and Korean fashions; British design shops; American perfumers; Japanese frozen yogurt; and highly covetable Hong Kong housewares. In other words, you can spend the day taking a trip around the world—all within a few charming blocks located just a short walk from the bustling center of Hong Kong. Francis Yard, and Wing Fung the outliers in a solar system. And packed into those narrow, pedestrian-friendly streets are a whole lot of gems.
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