The fortified town of Kowloon virtually controlled the governments of accommodation in Kowloon, Hong Kong. Initially, in its place was a Chinese military fort; after the New Territories were transferred to the UK in 1898, rent, and walled city became an enclave.
Population walled city of Kowloon has increased significantly after the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during the Second World War. In 1987, in the city-fortress of 33 thousand people lived in the territory of 6.5 acres (2.6 hectares). Read the rest of this entry »