Time Out says
Once served as a studio for ATV, this factory building in Ho Chung was abandoned in 2007 and quickly became popular amongst urban explorers and graffiti artists, who have covered every single inch of the building with their artwork. It actually had a brief moment in the spotlight in 2015 when police uncovered a bomb-making scheme that operated out of the building, and security has been tightened up ever since. And as with any good abandoned building in HK, there are also rumours that it’s haunted.
This studio is one of the few physical things that we have left to remember ATV by. The next time you’re on your way to Sai Kung, peer out the window – you might be able to catch a glimpse of this building, its rusting, sun-faded vintage logo serving as a reminder of Hong Kong’s golden age of television.