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Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre


 

Special Lectures


Venue: Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre, Kowloon Park, Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Time: Saturdays, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Quota: 110 seats; first come, first served. No enrolment is required.
Remarks: 1) All lectures are conducted in Cantonese unless otherwise specified.
2) Audience will be admitted 15 minutes before each lecture starts.
3) Programme is subject to change without prior notice.
4) The Centre makes no representations on the content of the lectures.
Fee: Free admission


Date

Theme Speakers

7.1.2012

Hong Kong's Architectural Heritage: Pre-war Tong Lau and Post-war Composite Buildings of Hong Kong Dr. Lee Ho Yin
Director
Architectural Conservation Programme,
University of Hong Kong

21.1.2012

Adaptive Re-use of Historic Buildings in Guangzhou Mr. Edward Leung
Course Director (Academic Matters)
Postgraduate Diploma in Cultural Heritage Management,
HKU SPACE

4.2.2012*

Chinese Birth Concept in Early Hong Kong as Seen from Tung Wah Hospital Archives Professor Ho Pui Yin
Director of Leung Po Chuen Research Centre for Hong Kong History and Humanities,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

11.2.2012*

Where the Souls Are? A Family, Lineage and Community Ancestor Discourse Professor Choi Chi Cheung Professor
Department of History,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

18.2.2012*

How Societies Remember? Memorial Ceremonies and Buildings in Hong Kong Professor Ting Sun Pao Joseph
Adjunct Professor
Department of History,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

3.3.2012

Po Leung Kuk – From Late 19th Century to the Millennium Ms. Leung Wai Kuen Rosana
Museum Curator
Po Leung Kuk Museum

17.3.2012

Lee Hysan and the Early Hong Kong Society Dr. Zheng Wan Tai Victor
Associate Director
Centre for Social and Political Development Studies,
Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
* Programmes co-organized with The M.A. Programme in Comparative and Public History, Department of History of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Leung Po Chuen Research Centre for Hong Kong History and Humanities of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
 
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