The mango tree in the Central Police Station compound. Picture: Nora Tam
Jason Wordie
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Then & Now by Jason Wordie

Hong Kong has forgotten it owes its mango trees to Indian police and soldiers who first planted them

Across Hong Kong, mango trees grow. Though it’s rarely acknowledged nowadays, they owe their existence to Sikhs and Punjabis who came to the city to staff its uniformed services

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The mango tree in the Central Police Station compound. Picture: Nora Tam
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