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Once upon a time in Hong Kong: 110 years of South China Morning Post

From the rickshaws and the start of the electric tram, the South China Morning Post has covered the stories of this city. There's been typhoons and the occasional tiger, revolution and riots, war and the World of Suzie Wong, skyscrapers and stock market surges, to name a few. Here, they are seen through the eyes of our senior infographic artist Adolfo Arranz.

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 07 November, 2013, 11:01am
UPDATED : Monday, 23 December, 2013, 12:54pm




The South China Morning Post is celebrating 110 years of coverage. Here, events in the city are played out in an interactive infographic by our senior artist Adolfo Arranz.


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No mention of 2003's record-breaking protest?
It's probably because there has never been any real demand for one. It is not as if anyone who had the slightest amount of intelligence would need a dumbed-down and whitewashed version of the Luxe City Guide when touring around Hong Kong.
Lol you mention people like Bruce lee but only his death, Leslie Cheung but only his death. So why not Wong Ka Kui? Was that fact he was alive not important as 'Li Ka Shing sells plastic flowers'? Pathetic, missing lots of history.