|Shung Ching San Tsuen, Kau Chai Koon 崇正新村, 舊差館
No. 167 Shung Ching San Tsuen was built in the late 1930s by a Hakka named Lee Man-Hoi who ran businesses in Indonesia. As
he and his family still stayed in Indonesia, it is believed that he remitted money back to build the house.
In the 1950s, No. 167 was used as a police station with many police constables stationed there. Until recently, older villagers
continues to call the house 'Kau Chai Koon' (i.e The Old Police Station).
Regrettably the relatives of Lee Man-Hoi have succumbed to the lure of the mighty dollar and the Kau Chai Koon was
demolished in late October 2014.
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|No. 167 Shung Ching San Tsuen, Shap Pat Heung, Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong