The King Yin Lei mansion at 45 Stubbs Road in Wan Chai. It was declared a monument in 2008, but the government has been unable to find a suitable use for it. Photo: Felix Wong

More Hong Kong heritage being saved, but critics question uses it’s being put to

The government has taken a less passive approach to preserving old buildings, but legal and financial hurdles to saving heritage remain, and then there’s the issue of what to use the buildings for

Topic |   Old Hong Kong

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The King Yin Lei mansion at 45 Stubbs Road in Wan Chai. It was declared a monument in 2008, but the government has been unable to find a suitable use for it. Photo: Felix Wong
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