Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng
Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng
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Queen’s Pier pledge must be honoured

  • Part of Hong Kong’s heritage and collective memory has to be reassembled at Central harbourfront site as promised years ago by the now city leader

Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng
Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng
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