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Research Report / Publications

Books | Pamphlets | Newsletters | Exhibition Pamphlets | Request for Pamphlets on Monuments (More than 20 copies)


"100 Traditional Chinese Buildings in Hong Kong"
"Tung Chung Before and After the New Airport: An Ethnographic and Historical Study of a Community in Hong Kong" (English version only)
"The Ancient Culture of Hong Kong: Archaeological Discoveries in Sha Ha, Sai Kung"
"The Declared Monuments in Hong Kong"


Central and Western Heritage Trail Guide Map (revised in Jan 2014)
Lighthouses in Hong Kong (revised in Jun 2014)

Ping Shan Heritage Trail (revised in Dec 2013)

Western School Buildings of Hong Kong (revised in Oct 2013)
Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail (revised in Oct 2013)
Ping Shan Tang Clan Gallery cum Heritage Trail Visitors Centre (revised in Sept 2013)
Kang Yung Study Hall (revised in Aug 2013)
Hau Ku Shek Ancestral Hall (revised in Jun 2013)

Tang Ancestral Hall, Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long (Oct 2012)

Leung Ancestral Hall (Jan 2012)

Cheung Ancestral Hall (Dec 2011)

Residence of Ip Ting-sz (Oct 2011)

The Fortified Structure at Ha Pak Nai (Oct 2011)

Kiln Site at Wun Yiu, Tai Po (Oct 2011)

Liu Man Shek Tong Ancestral Hall (revised in Jan 2011)
King Law Ka Shuk Ancestral Hall (revised in Jan 2011)
Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre (revised in Oct 2010)
Fort and Rock Carving on Tung Lung Chau (revised in Sep 2010)
Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower, Tsim Sha Tsui (revised in Sep 2010)
Wun Yiu Kiln Site & Fan Sin Temple (revised in Aug 2010)
Yi Tai Study Hall (revised in Aug 2010)
Relics in Tung Chung (revised in Aug 2010)
Ancient Rock Carvings (revised in Jul 2010)
Tai Fu Tai Mansion & Man Lun Fung Ancestral Hall (revised in Jul 2010)
The Old House at Wong Uk Village (revised in Jul 2010)
Archaeological Discoveries in So Kwun Wat in 2000 (revised in Dec 2009)
Tin Hau Temple of Causeway Bay, Man Mo Temple of Tai Po & Yeung Hau Temple of Yuen Long (revised in Dec 2009)
Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Tuen Mun (Nov 2007)
Winning Entries of Hong Kong Heritage Awards (2004) (2005)


Newsletters of the Antiquities and Monuments Office

Apr 2014
Apr 2013
Mar 2012
Dec 2009
Aug 2008
Aug 2007
Sep 2006
Feb 2006
Aug 2005


Exhibition Pamphlets

“Explore Our Heritage” Permanent Exhibition (revised in Jun 2013)
“Building the City: Inspirations from the Emergence and Continued Development of Construction Technology in Hong Kong” Exhibition (June 2010)
Preserving Hong Kong's Archaeological and Built Heritage (revised in Dec 2009)
“Heritage Alive: Hong Kong Winning Projects of UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation” Exhibition (Nov 2009)
“Keys to the Past: Artefacts and Records” Exhibition (Aug 2009)
“Building Together: 160 Years of Hong Kong – French Common Heritage and Perspectives” Exhibition (Sep 2008)



Request for Pamphlets on Monuments (More than 20 copies)
Please download the form or fill in online, and return it to the Education and Publicity Unit of the Antiquities and Monuments Office by fax (2377 9792), by post (Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre, Kowloon Park, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon) or by email (amo@lcsd.gov.hk).



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