This city was located in Hong Kong, but the Chinese government had no real power there, as it was ruled by the mob. It eventually created its own government. Prostitution and drug trafficking prospered there. In addition, the city-within-the-city was not devoid of industry — it produced, on a semi-primitive level, noodles and other small items. The produce of such enterprises cost a ton of money, as there were no taxes and employment laws were blatantly defied. The district also had its own nursing home, kindergarten, and school district. The population density in the early ’90s was about 2 million people per square mile. It is then that the painstaking process of eviction began, and by 1995, the namesake park was opened in place of the city. Some of the historical artefacts were preserved, such as the Yamen building and the remains of the South Gate.