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2007 Award of Merit

Little Hong Kong

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Little Hong Kong, or the Central Ordinance Munitions Depot, was constructed in 1937 by the British Royal Engineers. The site was a secure military facility specifically designed to store arms and ammunition in the past. The client approached the government in early 2002 with a successful proposal that included an innovative commercial use of the underground bunkers. Since its inception, the restored Little Hong Kong has played host to a clubhouse and museum. These have ensured its long-term survival through sustainable and compatible business practices, while also play an important role in raising awareness about this period in Hong Kong's history.