United China Open-Air Cinema

Inland Lot No.1, 705 North Point, Hong Kong Island,
Hong Kong

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The United China Open-Air Cinema was part of the Ming Yuen Gardens in Tsat Tsz Mui on the Hong Kong Island. Its name is literally translated from its Chinese name, its exact English name if any is unavailable.

The cinema opened to business on 11th July, 1931 with a silent film produced in Shanghai, China.

As Tsat Tsz Mui was a suburb of the Hong Kong Island in the 1930’s, trams were arranged by the management of the cinema for the benefit of the movie audiences.
The Ming Yuen Gardens was reportedly closed in late 1931 for conversion into a film studio, the cinema was also closed accordingly. Its exact closing date was unavailable.

Contributed by Raymond Lo

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Suwanti
Suwanti on January 2, 2010 at 2:51 am

Its Chinese name is 聯華露天影畫場。The Chinese name of Ming Yuen Gardens is 名åœ'。

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