Hong Kong: a city with no memory

A dead tycoon’s granddaughter is appealing to her family to stop the sale of a vast private garden, famed as the setting for films such as James Bond movie The Man with the Golden Gun, to a property developer. BigWhiteGuy comments that “Hong Kong is a city with no memory. Whether deliberate or ingrained, the desire to tear down the old — regardless of historical or cultural value — is rooted in nothing more than greed. Such is life in a property-driven market.

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