Chiu Ping-kan (left), elder brother of Chiu Ping-yin (right), poses for a photograph outside the fortified structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai Tsuen, Yuen Long. Photo: Bruce YanChiu Ping-kan (left), elder brother of Chiu Ping-yin (right), poses for a photograph outside the fortified structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai Tsuen, Yuen Long. Photo: Bruce Yan
Chiu Ping-kan (left), elder brother of Chiu Ping-yin (right), poses for a photograph outside the fortified structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai Tsuen, Yuen Long. Photo: Bruce Yan

Hong Kong family with decades of residential ties to statutory monument poses heritage dilemma for officials

Yuen Long building that was once a lookout for revolutionaries has been declared a monument, but long-term residents do not want to leave

Chiu Ping-kan (left), elder brother of Chiu Ping-yin (right), poses for a photograph outside the fortified structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai Tsuen, Yuen Long. Photo: Bruce YanChiu Ping-kan (left), elder brother of Chiu Ping-yin (right), poses for a photograph outside the fortified structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai Tsuen, Yuen Long. Photo: Bruce Yan
Chiu Ping-kan (left), elder brother of Chiu Ping-yin (right), poses for a photograph outside the fortified structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai Tsuen, Yuen Long. Photo: Bruce Yan
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