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QX #105/6, #123/173

Aunt Jennie was with her 8th grade students who preformed at St John’s Cathedral in Central Hong Kong. The evangelic cathedral is at 4-8 Garden Road. The first congregational service was held on March 11, 1849. It was occupied by the Japanese during WW II, converting into a club. Much of the interior was stripped.  

 The floor tiles look like to be Chee Hsin tiles: the central tiles are #105#106 and the borders/trims #123/#173

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