Luk Keng (North District)
Luk Keng is one of the villages represented within the Sha Tau Kok District Rural Committee. For electoral purposes, Luk Keng is part of the Sha Ta constituency, which is currently represented by Ko Wai-kei.
Luk Keng contains several villages, including:
Luk Keng is the site of a World War II network of defense, comprising a trench system and 14 pillboxes, built during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. The network is located on a 120 m hill overlooking Starling Inlet. The Luk Keng Pillboxes and Observation Posts have been listed as Grade II historic buildings.
- "Recommended District Council Constituency Areas (North District)" (PDF). Electoral Affairs Commission. Retrieved 19 October 2021.
- "North District Council - North DC Members". District Council. Retrieved 19 October 2021.
- Antiquities Advisory Board. Historic Building Appraisal. Luk Keng Pillboxes and Observation Posts
- Choy, Gigi (7 March 2021). "Hong Kong military heritage researchers dismayed to find World War II relics in state of neglect". South China Morning Post.
- "Survey Findings on Japanese World War II Military Installations in Hong Kong" (PDF). Surveying & Built Environment. Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (Special issue to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Hong Kong, 8 December to 25 December 1941): 79–83. 2011.
- Antiquities Advisory Board. List of the 1,444 Historic Buildings with Assessment Results
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