In his youth, Dr Sun Yat-sen received his secondary and university education in Hong Kong. He even stated that his revolutionary thoughts were nurtured in Hong Kong. This is why the Museum depicts the bronze statue of Dr Sun as a young man full of ambition and vitality during his student days.
The bronze statue depicts Dr Sun holding Chinese and Western books in his hands. This not only highlights Dr Sun as a book lover, but also a man of great learning in both Chinese and English and filled with ambition to save the country and its people.
Under the craftsmanship of a local sculptor, Mr Chu Tat-shing, this bronze statue brings Dr Sun to life before our eyes.