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HKFP Lens: Hong Kong urbex team explore century-old abandoned cottage

The abandoned cottage’s extensive decay defies its Grade II listed heritage status. Buildings with the historical label are defined as having “special merit” for which “efforts should be made to selectively preserve” – but no such efforts are apparent.

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HKFP Guide: Receiving a Covid-19 vaccine in Hong Kong

On February 26, 2021, Hong Kong launched its free mass vaccination programme, more than a year after the coronavirus pandemic began in the city. HKFP presents some basic questions and answers about the vaccines and the logistics of the programme. Last update: January, 2022. See also: HKFP Guide: How to survive and even thrive in…

Earth’s final frontier: China and the deep-sea gold rush set to cause environmental catastrophe

Scientists say that a highly controversial deep-sea “gold rush” risks potentially devastating consequences for marine ecosystems, biodiversity, coastal communities and climate change. The deep seabed is Earth’s final frontier but this mostly unexplored, dark and pristine abyss is threatened by highly destructive deep-sea mining which could be at full throttle within months. “Most, if not…

In Pictures: Hong Kong’s Fenwick Pier set to sail into the sunset

Hong Kong’s historic Fenwick Pier, once the first port of call for tens of thousands of visiting US navy and other sailors, will soon be no more. The six decade-old pier will be demolished by early 2022 as another piece of the city’s colonial past vanishes. Completed in 1954 and moved to its current location…

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