22 January 2016 (Friday) – 20 February 2016 (Saturday)
11:00am – 9:00pm
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After WWII, the population of Hong Kong grew rapidly. Building developments extended from the flat areas near the harbour front right to the sloping areas near the hillsides, resulting expanding landslide risks. The situation turned to the worst in the 1970s. This exhibition displays the records of several serious landslides in the 1970s. By reviewing the darkest chapter of our landslide history, it is hoped that the public will stay vigilant to the ever-existing landslide hazards in our city.
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