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Did this factory in fact house the secret, clandestine human subjects bio research lab and possibly, hypothetically, years later became the source of the virus in the buildings plumbing systems? – M.N. – 4:44 AM 11/22/2020


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 Amoy Gardens, a SARS-associated housing complex was built on the site of the “vegetable packing factory” in the Japanese occupied Hong Kong during WW2. Did this factory in fact house the secret, clandestine human subjects bio research lab and possibly, hypothetically, years later became the source of the virus in the buildings plumbing systems? – M.N. – 4:44 AM 11/22/2020

From Wikipedia: “The site was purchased by Amoy Canning in the 1920s for use as a factory. Amoy put the site up for auction in March 1977, intending to move their manufacturing operations elsewhere in stages. The auction failed as the reserve price was not reached. Subsequently, Hang Lung Development signed an agreement to purchase the site in April 1977 for about HK$200 million. Under the agreement, Amoy would take a share of the profits from the site’s redevelopment.” 

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Amoy Gardens (Chinese淘大花園Jyutpingtou4 daai6 faa1 jyun4) is a private housing estate in the Jordan Valley area of KowloonHong Kong completed from 1981 to 1987. It was the most seriously affected location during the 2003 outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), with over 300 people infected there.

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The site was purchased by Amoy Canning in the 1920s for use as a factory. Amoy put the site of approximately 222,560 square feet (20,677 m) up for auction in March 1977, intending to move their manufacturing operations elsewhere in stages. The auction failed as the reserve price was not reached. Subsequently, Hang Lung Development signed an agreement to purchase the site in April 1977 for about HK$200 million. Under the agreement, Amoy would take a share of the profits from the site’s redevelopment.

The estate was built in four phases. The construction contract for the estate’s first phase, comprising seven residential blocks (blocks A-G) and retail space, was awarded to Hong Kong contractor Shui On Construction on 18 October 1979. The first phase was completed in 1981, while the final phase was completed in 1987.

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