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Standing at the junction of Tong Mi Road and Lai Chi Kok Road in Mong Kok, Lui Seng Chun was designed and built by architect W.H. Bourne and completed in around 1931. The ground floor of the 4-storey building was occupied by a Chinese bone-setter and herbalist medicine shop named "Lui Seng Chun", while the upper floors were residential accommodation.

Lui Seng Chun features a mixing of the sweeping horizontal lines of Streamline Modern (Art Deco) with robust classical elements. It has a square-shaped frame and a row of decorative balustrades in front. Besides, the deep verandahs constructed over the pedestrian walkway together with the stone plaque marked with the name of the medicine shop installed atop the building illustrate the local community life, economic activities and architectural merits of the past.

In 2012, revitalisation of Lui Seng Chun completed and the “Hong Kong Baptist University School of Chinese Medicine - Lui Seng Chun” commenced operation. There are a herbal tea shop and display areas on the ground floor, whilst the upper floors are dedicated to the Chinese medicine healthcare centre. The display areas on the ground floor are open to the public and free guided tours to other floors are available by registration.

Lui Seng Chun was declared a monument in 2022.


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