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Mapping Hong Kong film locations
Hong Kong Mainland 2/6 - Page 6
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Author(s) : Gary Wong
Thomas Podvin
Date : 22/5/2010
Type(s) : Information
 
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People :
Fruit Chan Gor
Eric Tsang Chi Wai
Movies :
Infernal Affairs
Made In Hong Kong
 
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Sha Tin District – Sha Tin was formerly an isolated rural area in the New Territories and has now developed into a new town.

Info on the district can be found on the Home Affairs Department website. (Map of the area)

Lek Yuen Estate / 瀝 源邨
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Location: Lek Yuen Street, Sha Tin, Hong Kong 香港瀝源街
Film:
Made in Hong Kong 香港製造 (1997) / Dir: Fruit Chan

陳果 瀝源邨是沙田區首個公共屋邨,於1975年正式入伙,原址為沙 田舊墟。屋邨屬舊長型樓宇,一共有7座,字首分別為榮、華、富、貴、福、祿、壽。
香港電台首部兒童劇小時候(1977年版)亦在此取景拍攝。導演陳果 (Fruit Chan) 亦曾住瀝源邨,其代表作《香港製造》(Made in Hong Kong) 亦以此作為李燦森 (Sam Lee) 的家。

Lek Yuen Estate is the first public housing estate in Shatin. It was formally occupied in 1975. The estate comprises of seven high buildings respectively named Glory, Magnificence, Wealth, Nobility, Fortune, Prosperity and Longevity.
The first children TV series "When We Were Young" (1977) was shot here. In addition, director Fruit Chan lived here before. In Chan’s Made in Hong Kong, it is also where the character called Moon (Sam Lee) lives.

Data and photos provided by Gary Wong.

 

 
Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery / 萬佛寺


Location: Shatin, HONG KONG
Film: Infernal Affairs 無間道 (2002) / Dir: Andrew Lau, Alan Mak 劉偉強, 麥兆輝

這裡供奉著12,000餘尊佛像。其代表性建築物之一"萬佛塔"曾被匯豐銀行選為HK$100
之印刷圖案。在電影《無間道》(Infernal Affairs) 的開首,曾志偉(Hon Sam / Eric Tsang) 就在這裡祝福各年輕人在警察部「一帆風順」。

Here are exhibited more than 12,000 Buddha statues.
One of the monastery buildings, the 9-storey Ten Thousand Buddha Pagoda was selected by HSBC as the symbol of Hong Kong to be printed on HKD100 notes.
Hon Sam (Eric Tsang) wishes his new recruits (and moles) smooth sailing in their debuts within the police department, at the beginning of Infernal Affairs.

Data and photo provided by Gary Wong.


 
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Disclaimer: Although we were careful in mapping these locations, errors are always possible.
We like to be corrected: Please send your corrections and/or comments to this mail : hkfilminglocation@hkcinemagic.com or using the ‘error report’ link on the bottom of the page.
Tags on the map only intend to show an area where the photo was taken and cannot be taken strictly as the exact coordinate for the location. HKCinemagic could not be held responsible for any mistakes or misdirection and reserves the right to edit maps at any time.
 
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