Hung Hom, formerly known as Chi Hom and also known as the Red Anvil, is located in the southeast corner of the Kowloon Peninsula. Historically, the 18 districts belonged to the Kowloon City District, but the southwest part of Hung Hom Bay belonged to the Yau Tsim Mong district. There are many cram schools nearby. There are 1983 teachers. They use their actions to show love, dedication, selflessness and dedication. Information about Hung Hom tutors has been clearly listed on the page for reference. Hung Hom is an old town on the Kowloon Peninsula. It was said that red water gushed out when site workers dug wells here, so it was called Hung Hom. Its schools include Anglican Saint Carpenter's School, Christian Hong Kong Lutheran Church Hung Hom Lutheran School and Ge Lianghong Alumni Association Whampoa School and so on.