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IN0015 Tai Mo Shan

Tai Mo Shan is the highest point in Hong Kong with 957m height, having a sharp peak and steep cliffs around. The mountain has resistant to weathering and erosion as it is formed of volcanic rocks. You can hear nothing but wind on the cloudy windy day. Recorded on 20-10-2018

IN0010 Outside the entrance of Wan Tsai South Campsite at midnight

(Early stage Recording) Located outside the entrance of the campsite on Wan Tsai Peninsula in the Sai Kung West Country Park (Wan Tsai Extension), next to the Long Harbour (Tai Tan Hoi). You can hear the birds and bugs at 04:30 a.m. and a plane flying above. Recorded on 02-07-2016

IN0008 Water Stream at the conjunction of Pok Fu Lam Reservoir Road and Hong Kong Trail Section 2

(Early stage Recording) The water stream is located at the conjunction of the Pok Fu Lam Reservoir Road and Hong Kong Trail Section 2, where the water runs into the reservoir along the Pok Fu Lam Reservoir Road. You can hear to water stream’s rapid flow in close miking. Recorded on 07-05-2016

IN0005 Catchwater junction northwest of Mount Kellett

(Early stage Recording) The catchwater junction in a forest northwest of Mount Kellett. You can hear water stream together with birds, and somehow the recorder’s breathes. Recorded on 29-03-2016

IN0004A A point in the pathway north of H018

(Early stage Recording) Located at a pathway north of H018, where horsing around is allowed.You can hear the species of birds and cicadas together with human construction sound and planes. Recorded on 29-03-2016