Situated in Kowloon, the St Andrew’s Church in Hong Kong was built in 1906 after a significant tycoon hit the city. The church survived the ravages of several typhoons, a bombing, a landslide and continues Anglican community till date. This church experienced the history of Hong Kong throughout the years, especially during the World War-II where it was used as a Shinto Shrine and a magistrate by the occupying Japanese.
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