The Reconstruction of Dawn Island and the Inauguration of the New Buildings

Introduction: Ever since the Gospel Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre of Operation Dawn was moved to Dawn Island (used to be called Town Island, 伙頭墳洲 [ Fo Tau Fan Chau]) in 1976, we had been using steel shacks as residential houses, classrooms, and function rooms. Water supply and electricity facilities were rather basic: our drinking water must be shipped in from outside and we needed to collect rain water for our daily use by a small reservoir; our diesel generator could only provide intermittent electricity in a certain period of time every day.