A visitor chooses to workout at a century-old service reservoir in Shek Kip Mei on December 28. The structure, believed to have been completed in 1904, was slated for demolition before a public outcry prompted the government to reconsider. Photo: Winson Wong
A visitor chooses to workout at a century-old service reservoir in Shek Kip Mei on December 28. The structure, believed to have been completed in 1904, was slated for demolition before a public outcry prompted the government to reconsider. Photo: Winson Wong
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Letters | Soul of Hong Kong extends beyond its gleaming towers: as row over historic reservoir showed

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A visitor chooses to workout at a century-old service reservoir in Shek Kip Mei on December 28. The structure, believed to have been completed in 1904, was slated for demolition before a public outcry prompted the government to reconsider. Photo: Winson Wong
A visitor chooses to workout at a century-old service reservoir in Shek Kip Mei on December 28. The structure, believed to have been completed in 1904, was slated for demolition before a public outcry prompted the government to reconsider. Photo: Winson Wong
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