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1941-06-11 King George V Memorial Park, Kowloon pavilion

pavilion in King George V Memorial Park, Kowloon is a park in Jordan, Kowloon, (King George’s Field), located beside Canton Road. There are two parks of this name in Hong Kong. The other one is in Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong Island. The park was built in 1940. As the governor was ill, administrator Norman Lockhart Smith hosted the park’s opening ceremony on 1941-06-11. The park was centred on a statue of King George V. During the Japanese occupation, some facilities were destroyed and the park was used as a rubbish dump. The redesigned park was reopened on 1954-03-21. King George’s Field was the Kowloon Stable for horses and ponies in Jordan area.

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