This stone monument was originally built to honour Hong Kong's WWI dead, and later modified to honour victims of WWII.
Former Legislative Council Building
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Old Bank of China Building
Constructed in 1950, the old Bank of China building now houses the bank’s Central branch and, on its top floors, the exclusive China...
If there was a million-dollar view in Hong Kong, it’d be the one from the balcony of ultra-stylish Sevva – skyscrapers so close you can...
Oliver’s, the Delicatessen
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Statue Square information
This leisurely square used to house effigies of British royalty. Now it pays tribute to a single sovereign – the founder of HSBC. In the northern area (reached via an underpass) is the Cenotaph , built in 1923 as a memorial to Hong Kong residents killed during the two world wars. On the south side of Chater Rd, Statue Sq has a pleasant collection of fountains and seating areas, with tiling that's strangely reminiscent of a 1980s municipal washroom.
To the east a building resembling a swimming stingray houses a prestigious club that was not accepting Chinese members until well after WWII.