Located at what is known as Bishop’s Hill in Shek Kip Mei, the reservoir was built on August 10, 1904. Photo: Winson Wong Located at what is known as Bishop’s Hill in Shek Kip Mei, the reservoir was built on August 10, 1904. Photo: Winson Wong
Located at what is known as Bishop’s Hill in Shek Kip Mei, the reservoir was built on August 10, 1904. Photo: Winson Wong

Conservation

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A century-old reservoir has captured Hongkongers’ imagination amid Covid-19 doom and gloom, political strife

  • News of public discovery of grand underground structures which were nearly demolished causes government U-turn and apology
  • The Post explores past conservation controversies and lists gems throughout city that history buffs can visit

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Located at what is known as Bishop’s Hill in Shek Kip Mei, the reservoir was built on August 10, 1904. Photo: Winson Wong Located at what is known as Bishop’s Hill in Shek Kip Mei, the reservoir was built on August 10, 1904. Photo: Winson Wong
Located at what is known as Bishop’s Hill in Shek Kip Mei, the reservoir was built on August 10, 1904. Photo: Winson Wong
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