Hong Kong, Wong Chuk Hang rock carving

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Wong Chuk Hang

TRACCE no. 12 – by Chris Kirtley


Wong Chuk Hang rock carving is the most evocative of all the Hong Kong sites. This is the only Hong Kong carving which is not directly situated by the sea (short video available).


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Wong Chuk Hang rock carving is the most evocative of all the Hong Kong sites. It is easily reached off this main road, which runs over the central mountain range of Hong Kong Island from the downtown area in the North to Aberdeen in the South. This is the only Hong Kong carving which is not directly situated by the sea. There is, however, a small stream running past it in a secluded canyon, which makes the site a very pleasant and relaxing one to visit.

Video (5573K mpg)

Dr. Chris Kirtley
Dept. of Rehabilitation Sciences
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

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