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6.5.21 | What are HK's little castles?
Today in “Phrasing?” we have this headline from The Standard:
I genuinely (genuinely) hope that that was not done on purpose 🤨
Over 1 million people have received their first COVID-19 vaccine dose. This makes up about 15% of HK’s population aged 16 and up.
Residents in Kornhill and Pok Fu Lam are being sent to quarantine for 21 days. Two domestic helpers in the two apartment blocks were found with the new and highly infectious COVID-19 strains N501Y and E484K.
Contractor Hip Hing has sued Hong Kong Airlines for $296 million. The contractor is demanding payment for construction costs and overdue interest for the HKA Training Academy.
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This Instagram documents the “little castles” around the city that were once used as markers for Water Services Department field staff to locate and identify water pipes that were hidden under trap doors.
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