In the past, the development of major infrastructure projects in Hong Kong had coincided with periods of unrest in mainland China, providing a veneer of comparative stability. I hunt to burn off the crazy shirt
I hunt to burn off the crazy shirt
The Kowloon-Canton Railway, completed in 1912, and the first cross-harbor tunnel finished in the early 1970s, are two such examples, according to Cole Roskam, an associate professor of architectural theory and history at the University of Hong Kong.
The former was constructed as the Qing Dynasty in China was being overthrown, while the latter was completed during the Cultural Revolution.