Depicting from the exit of the Happy Valley Ngo Geng nullah towards Causeway Bay, should be the only possible angle of this artwork, captioned by Wikimedia and the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
1838 Auguste Borget (1808 – 1877) (drawn); Eugene Ciceri (1813 – 1890) (lithographed) Bamboo Aqueduct, Hong Kong 1838 Coloured lithograph, 19 x 28.5 cm it depicts agricultural land allegedly in the Wong Nai Chung Valley. In the centre, a bamboo pipe connected to a little canal on the summit forms an aqueduct conveying water across the valley to fertilise the land, and the picture thus reflects Chinese wisdom in solving daily problems.
1889-05-29 rainstorm damage Village Terrace at Happy Valley
Severe rainstorm occurred in Hong Kong on 29 to 30 May 1889, when 33 inches of rain fell In a ...
1957 Map Wong Nai Chung Valley
“Happy Retreat” Pleasure Garden(Horse Racing Ground) are labeled on the Map of 1957
1948 Map Wong Nai Chung Valley (Horse Racing Ground)
Wong Nai Chung Valley (Horse Racing Ground) are labeled on the Map of 1948