Lee Siu-hei, a nephew of King Yin Lei's first owner, supports a proposal to turn the restored Mid-Levels mansion into an ink art museum. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Lee Siu-hei, a nephew of King Yin Lei's first owner, supports a proposal to turn the restored Mid-Levels mansion into an ink art museum. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Lee Siu-hei, a nephew of King Yin Lei's first owner, supports a proposal to turn the restored Mid-Levels mansion into an ink art museum. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Former resident of King Yin Lei separates fact from fiction

Circumstances surrounding the origin of the landmark are quite different from what many people think, a nephew of its first owner says

Lee Siu-hei, a nephew of King Yin Lei's first owner, supports a proposal to turn the restored Mid-Levels mansion into an ink art museum. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Lee Siu-hei, a nephew of King Yin Lei's first owner, supports a proposal to turn the restored Mid-Levels mansion into an ink art museum. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Lee Siu-hei, a nephew of King Yin Lei's first owner, supports a proposal to turn the restored Mid-Levels mansion into an ink art museum. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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