The government antiquities office is studying what could be a 118-year-old boundary stone that once marked the limits of Hong Kong’s first urban settlement after it became a British colony, following the discovery by a group of heritage lovers.The Antiquities and Monuments Office told the Post on Friday its staff had visited the site on Lung Fu Shan on The Peak after the discovery, and found that the inscription “City Boundary 1903” did bear resemblance to several other boundary stones of the…

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