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Exploring Hong Kong’s built heritage

Buildings tell the story of a city’s history. There are a number of declared monuments and graded historic buildings in Hong Kong that were previously, or are still, used as staff quarters, some dating back as far as 1846. The Zonta White House, or White Cottage, in Tai Po, was originally built in 1906 to accommodate managerial staff overseeing the construction of the Kowloon Canton Railway. It had once been a Japanese military police headquarters during WWII. It is now a family retreat centre run by the Hong Kong Family Welfare Society.

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Last revision date: Jul 9, 2019