When talking about historical landslide disasters in Hong Kong, many people may recall the "6.18 Disaster" in Sau Mau Ping and Kotewall Road. On the other hand, about a century ago, there was another devastating landslide caused by heavy rain at Po Hing Fong, Sheung Wan. How did this tragedy happen? How to prevent it from happening again in the future?
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