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Yau Ma Tei
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yau Ma Tei with alternative transliterations including Yaumatei, Yau Ma Ti, Yaumati and Yau-ma-Tee, is an area in the Yau Tsim Mong District, in the south of the Kowloon Peninsula in Hong Kong. Yau Ma Tei was a village in Kowloon. It was mentioned that a Chinese burial ground was assigned at a mile northeast of a village of Yau-ma-Tee at 2 December 1871. The name Yau Ma Tei is not thought to pre-date British rule. However, Kwun Chung is mentioned in many historic documents. Kwun Chung was a river valley with village and cultivation. On the hill south near the coast was Kwun Chung Fort built by Chinese (Qing) official Lin Tse-hsu to defend against the British. During the Battle of Kwun Chung in 1839, the fort - together with Tsim Sha Tsui Fort - successfully kept the British from Kowloon. The fort with the hill was demolished for development during early British rule of Kowloon.

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Watanabe Sh tei
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Watanabe Sh tei aka Watanabe Seitei (1851 Edo - 1918) was a Nihonga painter and one of the first to visit Europe, attending the 1878 International Exhibition in Paris and being awarded a medal. Sh tei blended Western realism with the delicate colours and washes of the Maruyama-Shij school, introducing a new approach to kach ga or kacho (bird-and-flower painting).Born as Yoshikawa Yoshimata, he was later adopted by the family of his literary friend, Watanabe Koshi. His early studies were at age sixteen under Kikuchi Y sai (1788 1878) after which he spent a brief time in the studio of the painter and lacquer artist, Shibata Zeshin (1807 1891).

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Yau Ma Tei Typhoon Shelter
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yau Ma Tei Typhoon Shelter is a typhoon shelter located near Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The Government of Hong Kong planned for the construction of a second typhoon shelter after Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter in late 1906. In 1908 the Works Department decided to construct the typhoon shelter at Yau Ma Tei. Works on the typhoon shelter lasted from 1910 to 1915. The cost was HK$2.21 million. The typhoon shelter was officially opened by Sir Francis Henry May, then Governor of Hong Kong, on 1915-12-16. The West Kowloon Reclamation Project was started in 1990 as part of the Airport Core Programme, which required a replacement for the original typhoon shelter. The new typhoon shelter was built to the west of the original one, and was completed in 1992.

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Yau Ma Tei Police Station
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yau Ma Tei Police Station is a police station in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Its buildings at No. 627 Canton Road, at the junction of Public Square Street, were erected in 1922 after relocation from the junction of Public Square Street and Shanghai Street. Yau Ma Tei Police Station was built in 1922. Additions were made after World War II, including a 1957 extension wing to serve as barracks and an accommodation block, to the west of the existing station. During the 1966 riots the police station was attacked by a mob but the police managed to suppress it rapidly.

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Watanabe Sh tei
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Watanabe Sh tei aka Watanabe Seitei (1851 Edo - 1918) was a Nihonga painter and one of the first to visit Europe, attending the 1878 International Exhibition in Paris and being awarded a medal. Sh tei blended Western realism with the delicate colours and washes of the Maruyama-Shij school, introducing a new approach to kach ga or kacho (bird-and-flower painting).Born as Yoshikawa Yoshimata, he was later adopted by the family of his literary friend, Watanabe Koshi. His early studies were at age sixteen under Kikuchi Y sai (1788 1878) after which he spent a brief time in the studio of the painter and lacquer artist, Shibata Zeshin (1807 1891).

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Yau Ma Tei Typhoon Shelter
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yau Ma Tei Typhoon Shelter is a typhoon shelter located near Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The Government of Hong Kong planned for the construction of a second typhoon shelter after Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter in late 1906. In 1908 the Works Department decided to construct the typhoon shelter at Yau Ma Tei. Works on the typhoon shelter lasted from 1910 to 1915. The cost was HK$2.21 million. The typhoon shelter was officially opened by Sir Francis Henry May, then Governor of Hong Kong, on 1915-12-16. The West Kowloon Reclamation Project was started in 1990 as part of the Airport Core Programme, which required a replacement for the original typhoon shelter. The new typhoon shelter was built to the west of the original one, and was completed in 1992.

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Yau Ma Tei Station
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yau Ma Tei, formerly named Waterloo after Waterloo Road, is an MTR station located in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. It is the western terminus of the Kwun Tong Line, and is also located on the Tsuen Wan Line. Yau Ma Tei is an interchange station, yet it is used less frequently for this purpose than nearby Mong Kok station since the platforms are not designed for cross-platform interchange. The Kwun Tong Line platforms are thus beneficial mostly to local travellers. This station is used by many students during commuting hours, since it is in the vicinity of many large schools. The station's livery colour is grey, with red, white, and blue stripes representing the colors on French national flag. The stripes, however, are being removed as part of current renovation works as of October 2005. Helvetica, the original typeface used in station name signs, is also being replaced by Myriad under the scheme.

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Yau Ma Tei Police Station
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yau Ma Tei Police Station is a police station in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Its buildings at No. 627 Canton Road, at the junction of Public Square Street, were erected in 1922 after relocation from the junction of Public Square Street and Shanghai Street. Yau Ma Tei Police Station was built in 1922. Additions were made after World War II, including a 1957 extension wing to serve as barracks and an accommodation block, to the west of the existing station. During the 1966 riots the police station was attacked by a mob but the police managed to suppress it rapidly.

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Yau Ma Tei Station
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yau Ma Tei, formerly named Waterloo after Waterloo Road, is an MTR station located in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. It is the western terminus of the Kwun Tong Line, and is also located on the Tsuen Wan Line. Yau Ma Tei is an interchange station, yet it is used less frequently for this purpose than nearby Mong Kok station since the platforms are not designed for cross-platform interchange. The Kwun Tong Line platforms are thus beneficial mostly to local travellers. This station is used by many students during commuting hours, since it is in the vicinity of many large schools. The station's livery colour is grey, with red, white, and blue stripes representing the colors on French national flag. The stripes, however, are being removed as part of current renovation works as of October 2005. Helvetica, the original typeface used in station name signs, is also being replaced by Myriad under the scheme.

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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