Hong Kong reopened one of its oldest wet markets after three years of construction, rehabilitation and preservation costing more than HK$500 million thus far.
The project retained 13 out of the more than 200 market stalls, with much of the rest of the space transformed into open storefronts. The urban exploration team Empty City captured the Grade 3 Historic Building in the latter days of its decay, just before revitalisation work began…
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