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The popularly named Blue House at No 7274a Stone Nullah Lane, an example of Hong Kongs second-generation shophouses (All photos: Ho-Yin Lee)Source: The Institute of Historic Building Conservation, Context 145, July 2016 http://www.ihbc.org.uk/page55/context/index.html
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