The battered office chair reputed to have been used by Vice-Admiral Masaichi Niimi of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the occupation of Hong Kong at the Marine Police Headquarters. Photo: Xiaomei Chen The battered office chair reputed to have been used by Vice-Admiral Masaichi Niimi of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the occupation of Hong Kong at the Marine Police Headquarters. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
The battered office chair reputed to have been used by Vice-Admiral Masaichi Niimi of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the occupation of Hong Kong at the Marine Police Headquarters. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Old Hong Kong

Secret Hong Kong marine police collection tells stories of piracy, war, crime – and could soon be seen by the public

  • More than 400 historical items at the Hong Kong Marine Police Headquarters tell colourful tales of marine law enforcement, but very few people have seen them
  • We find out the stories behind some of the items, which could soon appear at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum

Topic |   Old Hong Kong
The battered office chair reputed to have been used by Vice-Admiral Masaichi Niimi of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the occupation of Hong Kong at the Marine Police Headquarters. Photo: Xiaomei Chen The battered office chair reputed to have been used by Vice-Admiral Masaichi Niimi of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the occupation of Hong Kong at the Marine Police Headquarters. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
The battered office chair reputed to have been used by Vice-Admiral Masaichi Niimi of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the occupation of Hong Kong at the Marine Police Headquarters. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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