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Snorkeling in Hong Kong: Hoi Ha Wan

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Beautiful video! My one and only time in Hong Kong was in 2000, when I saw the wonderful beaches there. I have many happy memories of my visit, although I never snorkelled there to my great regret.

Did you know that snorkelling equipment was manufactured in Hong Kong over half-a-century ago? Here is an article entitled "Product of the Month" published in the September 1955 issue of the Hong Kong Commerce and Industry Department Trade Bulletin:
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The photograph shows spearfishing goggles, diving masks, swimming fins and breathing tubes made by the Wah Tai Rubber Company in Kowloon in the mid-1950s. The article can also be viewed online at Hong Kong Memory.
 
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Beautiful video! My one and only time in Hong Kong was in 2000, when I saw the wonderful beaches there. I have many happy memories of my visit, although I never snorkelled there to my great regret.

Did you know that snorkelling equipment was manufactured in Hong Kong over half-a-century ago? Here is an article entitled "Product of the Month" published in the September 1955 issue of the Hong Kong Commerce and Industry Department Trade Bulletin:
The photograph shows spearfishing goggles, diving masks, swimming fins and breathing tubes made by the Wah Tai Rubber Company in Kowloon in the mid-1950s. The article can also be viewed online at Hong Kong Memory.
good memories in Hong Kong!
 
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