Child internees at Stanley Internment Camp in the 1940s. Photo: Imperial War Museum Child internees at Stanley Internment Camp in the 1940s. Photo: Imperial War Museum
Child internees at Stanley Internment Camp in the 1940s. Photo: Imperial War Museum
Jason Wordie
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Then & Now by Jason Wordie

How Hongkongers observed Christmas under Japanese occupation and kept hope alive

After Hong Kong fell, on Christmas Day 1941, those interned in the colony learned to make festive feasts from their meagre supplies

Child internees at Stanley Internment Camp in the 1940s. Photo: Imperial War Museum Child internees at Stanley Internment Camp in the 1940s. Photo: Imperial War Museum
Child internees at Stanley Internment Camp in the 1940s. Photo: Imperial War Museum
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