User talk:Modotcom

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HKWNB, HKCOTW, Current events[edit]

Hi. I noticed you have edited some Hong Kong-related articles. You might be interested to take a look at HK wikipedians' notice board, HK Collaboration of the Week and Current events in Hong Kong and Macao. Happy editing! — Instantnood 17:19, Apr 10, 2005 (UTC)

Image Tagging Image:Apm entrance.jpg[edit]

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Ngau Tau Kok[edit]

I assume you know the division of election boundary is largerly based on the geographic distribution of population. It is often against common sense to a place. For example, part of Tsing Yi South division is on the reclamation of Stonecutter's Island, solely for administrative division. It is hard to tell why the north of Clear Water Bay Road is Wong Tai Sin District while south is Kwun Tong District except administrative one.

The proper Ngau Tau Kok is around the present-day corner of Kwun Tong Road. It is grow out of a village, then squatter and then public housing estate. In 1936 maps, Jordan Valley is marked as Tai Wan Tsuen, or Tai Wan closed to the shore, and a earlier map of 1932, there are several villages around Ngau Chi Wan. Both marked a distinction from Ngau Tau Kok. South coast of Jordan Valley is a natural extension of the town but not the north.

People usually refer the area around Ping Shek Estate as Ngau Chi Wan or Ping Shek. Up the Clear Water Bay Road and New Clear Water Bay Road is the same cluster of residential housing. It is not linked to Ngau Tau Kok in the community. With in Kwun Tong District, Shun Lee Estate is more closer to Sau Mau Ping.

For Jordan Valley, even on government map, it make the area distinctive from Ngau Tau Kok.

HenryLi (Talk) 02:43, 21 April 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for your reply. As the article is unsourced, should there be any convincing evidents, it would be rather easy to settle. — HenryLi (Talk) 05:02, 22 April 2006 (UTC)


Image source problem with Image:DSC00884.JPG[edit]

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Image copyright problem with Image:Hkbu emblem.JPG[edit]

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Please attribute or claim media you uploaded or restored: File:Amoy-waiking.jpg[edit]

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It's okay to remove or strike messages like this once the concerns have been addressed. :). ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 15:54, 18 September 2018 (UTC)

File source problem with File:Amoy-waiking.jpg[edit]

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