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Some interesting insights but a lot of repetition. As someone who has visited Hong Kong, it provided a lot of insight into what happens behind the scenes.Published 2 months ago by PA buyer
Professor Mathews lived in the Mansion part time for three years and he traveled with his subjects to Africa for the sake of research. Wow! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazonian
I've been to Chungking Mansions a number of times, and have heard the varied myths, rumours and some truths about what goes on within its seventeen floors. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elliot Watson
Bought this book expecting personal stories of residents, dark quirky details of the going-ons in the building; however, it reads like someone's thesis in sociology.Published 12 months ago by louisa ling
Assigned for class and I have to say it was one of my favorites this year. Extremely interesting and thought provoking.Published 19 months ago by Sam
I remember passing Chungking Mansions while in Hong Kong years ago and feeling less than safe there - even though Hong Kong in general feels like a very safe city. Read morePublished 21 months ago by H. Black
Good peekhole inside the infamous Chunking Mansions. More than meets the eye on this Nathan Road landmark that is probably doomed to demolition and progress. Read morePublished on September 6, 2013 by Leonard L. Lapointe
Good book, worth the money. Learned a lot of Chung King Mansions. Never been inside, but now want to go there the next time I am in HK.Published on August 20, 2013 by Chuster