MOBLITIY OF HONGKONGER

Flattening Anderson road quarry site, enlarging space and getting the materials for land reclamation, which was typical in Hong Kong from 1955 to 2013. These earth, stone, and rock being moved from the mountain to the sea, transforming into another land. Many Families in here are counting on these process to construct there home.

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Part of the Hongkonger’s parents come from China, and they got a BNO passport or HKSAR passport. Some of them think of or did immigrant to anywhere except China. We, Hong Kong people are always moving. 

 

This public estate nearby Anderson road are newly builded and nicely designed. At the moment, the emptiness of plant area and some of the public space, reminded me the atmosphere here. Taking photo is a way of exploration. During the whole journey, walking on a quarry site in the past, I rarely hear Cantonese. Most of the people are talking in Mandarin. Not just staring at the emptiness, I also found a movement of resource to another language speaker. 

 

Lastly, from a news in 2009 the Civil Engineering & Development Department, have been sending the materials to Taishan, southern Guangdong for reclamation, which costed over one hundred million. Where are the resource and Hongkongers moving? 

 

 

http://life.mingpao.com/cfm/reports3a.cfm?File=20090309/rptaa06b/gba1.txt

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