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Tung Lin Kok Yuen in Happy Valley, Kowloon Union Church in Yau Ma Tei and the Yeung Hau Temple in Tai O have been declared as monuments under the Antiquities and Monuments Ordinance from 13th October 2017.

Three trams have been specially liveried to promote the new image with new logo and "Catch a ride, Catch a smile" slogan and all trams will display a smile on their bumpers for a period of three months.

The church was opened again for public worship with a rededication service held on October 19, 1947, and continues to serve the community to this day.

The church possesses Perpendicular Gothic architectural features, with a pitched Chinese-tiled roof, red load-bearing brick walls and contrasting grey granite steps and window surrounds.

In late May 2017 Hong Kong Tramways launched a new logo and visual identity under the theme "Catch a ride, Catch a smile" to reflect the company's heritage while remaining young, cheerful and energetic at heart.

The new branding replaces the old design of blue and white tram tracks on a red background which has been in use since 1974 and the new graphic system will be used on trams, on tram stop signs to make them more conspicuous, on the route map to make it clearer, website to make it more user-friendly and on other passenger materials.

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