Between place and non-place
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While some sites were originally non-places, they somehow have become to bear history and collective memory. For instance, the King George V park in Hong Kong bears the history of WW2 (the entrance of raid shelters on the walls) and how the Japanese army was rumored to use it as a site to execute people.
Public housing estates were built without any characters but eventually becomes residential buildings that reflects the trajectory of a city and architectural style of a certain period when it comes to housing.
Shipyards on a waterfront street were purely industrial but now a historical mark of Hong Kong's industrial development which has changed the life of the city's dwellers.
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