National Geographic : 1962 Jan
Refugee Children Do Calisthenics on the Roof of a Resettlement Block Lacking separate buildings, many neigh borhood welfare associations have organ ized schools on rooftops. Students use open space for sports. Better facilities are com ing; Hong Kong builds a new school every two weeks. Laundry festoons balconies of concrete blocks where entire families crowd to gether in single rooms. A new resettle ment block goes up every 10 days. Twirling his Hula Hoop, a schoolboy works off energy during recess.