屯門, 南頭, 南山, 杯渡山, 屯門澳, 青山
Tuen Mun is the first place in Hong Kong that appears on ancient Chinese historical records. From Tang Dynasty down to the Qing period, Tuen Mun had always been the most important area of Hong Kong. However, some recent studies suggest that ancient Tuen Mun was not part of Hong Kong, but was located at present time Nan Tou, Shenzhen. This paper aims to revisit the debate on the location of Tuen Mun based on a cross examination between the written materials and the geographical significance of the area concerned
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