A car crash on Bride’s Pool Road in Hong Kong’s Tai Po district that left two people dead on October 29, 2013. Photo: SCMP
A car crash on Bride’s Pool Road in Hong Kong’s Tai Po district that left two people dead on October 29, 2013. Photo: SCMP
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

100 years of illegal street racing in Hong Kong and police still can’t stop it – what do soldiers of China’s PLA subject to nightly aural assault think?

  • Hong Kong’s first hooligan motorists favoured Shek O Road and the old Tai Po Road, which remain popular with today’s testosterone-fuelled louts
  • Route Twisk, another black spot, is home to our local People’s Liberation Army garrison, who shouldn’t have to tolerate their sleep being rudely interrupted

A car crash on Bride’s Pool Road in Hong Kong’s Tai Po district that left two people dead on October 29, 2013. Photo: SCMP
A car crash on Bride’s Pool Road in Hong Kong’s Tai Po district that left two people dead on October 29, 2013. Photo: SCMP
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