Sham Shui Po Barracks, in 1942, one of the main POW camps in Hong Kong. Picture: SCMP
Jason Wordie
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Then & Now by Jason Wordie

How Hong Kong’s POWs kept their spirits up under Japanese occupation

At prisoner-of-war camps in Stanley and Sham Shui Po, internees with musical and theatrical abilities made life in captivity a little easier to bear

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Sham Shui Po Barracks, in 1942, one of the main POW camps in Hong Kong. Picture: SCMP
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