Prince Philip (centre) strolls through the wildlife reserves at Mai Po during his visit to Hong Kong in October 1986. As WWF president, he inaugurated the Mai Po wildlife education centre. Photo: SCMP
Prince Philip (centre) strolls through the wildlife reserves at Mai Po during his visit to Hong Kong in October 1986. As WWF president, he inaugurated the Mai Po wildlife education centre. Photo: SCMP
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Letters | How Prince Philip left his mark on Hong Kong through an extraordinary life of service

  • On his visits to the city, he inaugurated a railway terminus, a dental teaching hospital, a power station and a wildlife education centre, reflecting his status as the queen’s ‘liegeman of life and limb’ and his own wide-ranging interests

Prince Philip (centre) strolls through the wildlife reserves at Mai Po during his visit to Hong Kong in October 1986. As WWF president, he inaugurated the Mai Po wildlife education centre. Photo: SCMP
Prince Philip (centre) strolls through the wildlife reserves at Mai Po during his visit to Hong Kong in October 1986. As WWF president, he inaugurated the Mai Po wildlife education centre. Photo: SCMP
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