Po Hing Fong, where a wall collapsed in heavy rain in 1925, killing 80 people. Photo: SCMP
Po Hing Fong, where a wall collapsed in heavy rain in 1925, killing 80 people. Photo: SCMP

When a wall collapsed in heavy rain in Hong Kong in 1925, turning seven buildings to rubble and killing 75

  • Heavy rains caused a retaining wall to collapse behind a residential block in a hilly area of Hong Kong Island
  • Seven buildings collapsed, and among the 75 dead was Chau Siu-ki, an ex-member of the Legislative Council

Po Hing Fong, where a wall collapsed in heavy rain in 1925, killing 80 people. Photo: SCMP
Po Hing Fong, where a wall collapsed in heavy rain in 1925, killing 80 people. Photo: SCMP
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