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Employees of the Hong Kong Housing Authority were only informed on the thr of the announcement, after which they immediately had to undertake a census survey of all households living in the Walled City.

This book is not about Kowloon. Feb 21, Aude Lising rated it liked it. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.

Royal College of MusicLondon. If you’re interested in faith healing and missionary work, I guess this would be an interesting read, but I didn’t read anything worth recommending. This craxk an approach whereby decisions and actions are undertaken by those in authority with little input from other stakeholders.

Crack in the Wall: The Life and Death of Kowloon Walled City by Jackie Pullinger

Oct 28, Nicholas Matthews rated it really liked it. The lack of involvement of the residents may evoke negative images of people being forced out of their homes and bulldozers turning up unexpectedly to knock down all of the buildings, but this was not the case and actually the approach appeared to be successful.


Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of So in terms of political consequences of the demolition, there were none at all; if anything, it could have improved relations between the two countries by promoting further cooperation.

The Best Books of Christianity in China portal. The London Gazette Supplement. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Her ministry started with only a handful of people but has grown steadily over the last fifty years.

The author has been in Hong Kong for 21 years, working with the poor and drug addicts, and is the author of “Chasing The Dragon”. Stephen’s Society, which is jn in drug rehabilitation in Hong Kong and the Philipines.

Jackie Pullinger

Today, the drug addicts who came off heroin ij This is a photographic account of Jackie Pullinger’s work in Hong Kong which through interviews provides a gripping portrait of the drug addicts, prostitutes, Triad gang members and society’s outcasts who live in the Walled City.

She has been ministering in Hong Kong since Today, the drug addicts who came off heroin painlessly are ministering to others. I recorded the entire interview on a Dictaphone and I must thank my friend Nancy for spending several hours translating the interview when I got back to the UK. May 20, Chas Bayfield rated it really liked it.


This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Bridie Knight rated it it was ok May 06, By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. A key reason why the Walled City was not demolished until was that the clearance was a politically sensitive issue. China no longer needed to maintain territory in Hong Kong and in fact it was in mutual interest of the British and Chinese to resolve the problems of the Kowloon Walled City once and for all.

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In spring last year I came across a book in a charity pullinge that caught my eye. There is very little in here about the Walled City and a lot of what is written seems faulty from what else i’ve read.

Damian Pang rated it liked it Feb 03, It’s hard to believe any of them when they all read so formulaically. Mar 20, Lauren Noel Ottwell rated it liked it.