Queen's Avenue East Queen's Avenue West, this well-known Cantonese song, although not clear what the meaning of singing, but left a deep impression on Queen's Avenue, then this Queen's Square located in the east of Queen's Avenue has any internal connection? Turning around deliberately to see what the Queen's Statue Square really is, only to find a jazz statue, the square is surrounded by banks, the park has a bit of Southeast Asian style.
It's rare to keep an open public square in the middle of Hong Kong, which is also a touch of green in the steel and cement jungle. The Queen's Statue Square is located in front of the HSBC Bank and the Old Legislative Council Building in Hong Kong. It was named after the first bronze statue of Queen Victoria, which was destroyed by the Japanese during World War I. The square now has a huge bronze statue of the former manager of HSBC Bank and a monument to the British Army who died in World War I. The HSBC Bank Building and the Old Legislative Council Building around the Plaza are landmark buildings in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Queen's Square, located in the central part of Hong Kong Island, is located in the open area of Cenotaph connecting HSBC and Standard Chartered Road. This is a long-standing public square in Hong Kong, formerly known as the Central Plaza. In 1897, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria's birthday, the Hong Kong government cast a bronze statue of the Queen and placed it on the Central Plaza, so everyone called it the Queen's Plaza. Queen's Square in Hong Kong is a classic scenic spot for TVB TV series and a rest place for tourists and citizens.
The Queen's Square in Hong Kong is located in the central area, across the road from HSBC Bank. It is actually a park, and the Queen's Square is situated in the shade. Because the square is in the center of the city, surrounded by large shopping malls and the old site of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, HSBC can see the sea directly through the park. Events are often held in the park, which is one of the favorite places for local people and tourists.
Queen's Picture Square is a famous landmark Park in Hong Kong, which is located at the entrance of Central Metro. Although it is small in size, it is an inch of land and gold. There is no Queen's Picture in Queen's Picture Square. Instead, it has a jazz bronze statue. The scenery is very beautiful and it is also a good place for rest.
On the first Saturday of New Year's Day, I came to Central and saw many people gathering together. When I got closer, I found that all the Filipino servants were Filipino servants. Suddenly, I remembered that the report said that Filipino servants in Hong Kong would gather together every Saturday as if they were having a tea party. It turned out to be here.
The Queen's Square is named after Sir Thomas Jackson, a general manager of HSBC Bank in Shanghai and Hong Kong. His bronze statue stands on the square with a solemn and solemn look. Across the Shadow Road and across the square, you can see the Peace Monument in memory of those who died in the two World Wars. Nearby, many buildings are named after some early entrepreneurs in Hong Kong. Every Sunday, there are a large number of Filipinos working in Hong Kong (many of them are Filipino servants), bustling around the square, becoming a unique "landscape". When the weather is good, they will take their own food and drinks to dinner here, as if it was a big party, everyone gathered together to alleviate homesickness. But after the party, they will clean up the garbage, put it in their plastic bags, and throw it in the designated place, showing good habits.
The Queen's Square is located in the middle of Jinzhong Metro Station and Central Metro Station. It is adjacent to the Great Hall. If you go to Meixin Palace for dinner, you will usually see him. The square is set in an ancient colonial style building surrounded by high-rise buildings. Now it is a place where most white-collar workers rest and chat. Occasionally, some Filipino servants can also be seen passing by. From here, Queen's Avenue extends to Hong Kong Island, which is one of the few lush open areas in Central.
Knowledge about Queen's Statue: 1. Queen's Statue is to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria, but Hong Kong people think the Queen is Queen, so they get the name; 2. Queen's Statue Square does not have Queen's Statue, because Queen's Statue is in Victoria Park; 3. Queen's Statue is made of bronze, so during World War II, the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong was ready to transport the bronze statue back to Japan for weapons, which was not yet Japan is going for it. 4. High-rise buildings such as HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, Bank of China, Prince Building and Mandarin Oriental Hotel are surrounded by Queen's Plaza. Although the square area is not large, it is very popular and has become the main gathering place for weekend citizens.
It is said that there were bronze statues of British royalty members on the square in its early years. However, with the development of the city, when the British government rebuilt the square in the 1960s, it demolished the bronze statues of British royalty members. Only one bronze statue commemorating Sir Jack Howard, a banker, was reserved for the public to rest, while more space was reserved for the public to rest. Name. I went there in September this year. There were no local people in the square, but many Filipino servants gathered here.