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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: 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Quota: 110 seats; first come, first served. No enrollment 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

13.10.2012

Hong Kong Hospitals Then and Now Dr. Wong Kei
Specialist in Emergency Medicine

27.10.2012

Heritage, Culture and Identity Dr. Ku Shuk Mei, Agnes
Associate Professor
Social Science and Associate
Dean of SHSS,
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

17.11.2012*

Who Owned Land?: Land Administration in Early Colonial Hong Kong, 1841-1898 Professor Cheung Sui Wai Department of History,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

24.11.2012

Inheritance of Fishery Industry and the Cultural Landscape of North-western Hong Kong Prof. Sidney Cheung Chin Hung
Chairperson
Department of Anthropology,
The Chinese University of
Hong Kong

1.12.2012*

Hong Kong Labour Movement under the Colonial Governance: Beginning from the Memorial Pavilion of the Hong Kong Seamen’s Strike in 1922 Dr. Ma Muk Chi
Department of History,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

15.12.2012*

Prelude to 1997: Notes on Hong Kong’s Future under Governors Trench and MacLehose Professor David Faure
Department of History,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

* Programme co-organized with The M.A. Programme in Comparative and Public History, Department of History of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Please click here for admission arrangement.
 
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