Wah Fu Estate, 1970s and 1980s Reports of a gigantic mother ship mysteriously hovering over Wah Fu Estate in Pok Fu Lam is Hong Kong's most enduring urban UFO myth. Paranormal-expert Wan Hoi said the first alleged sightings were made in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Witnesses described a spaceship as wide as a building hovering over the estate, on both occasions late in the afternoon. The craft was so large, they said, that buildings shook as it flew low over the estate. It stopped for a short while before heading towards the South China Sea at high speed. In 1987, the Observatory received reports of a ship as big as six soccer pitches hovering over the estate. New Territories West, 1978 A 'saucer-like shining object' was reported, says UFOs Over Modern China by Wendelle Stevens and Paul Dong. Yuen Long, Aberdeen and Lai Chi Kok, 1978 A 'glittering UFO ... olive-shaped, sparkling like a meteor, was sighted for about 40 seconds', according to UFOs Over Modern China. Jordan, 1980 Witnesses said they saw a huge glowing circular shape floating over the waterfront, about 18.3 metres in diameter, which stayed for about for 20 to 30 seconds before moving towards Central and vanishing.