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Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre


Special Lecture

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 enrolment is needed.
Fee: Free admission
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.





A Study of Stilt Houses in Tai O

Mr. Yeung Wai Keung, Gary
Adjunct Assistant Professor,
School of Architecture
The Chinese University of Hong Kong


The Meaning of Museum Architecture: Why Do People Seem to Think that Heritage Buildings Should Be Converted into Museums?

Dr. Lee Ho Yin
Architectural Conservation Programme,
The University of Hong Kong
Founding Vice-President of the
Hong Kong Institute of Architectural Conservationists


Statue Square in Old Pictures

Mr. Cheng Po Hung
Local History Researcher


Everyday Life of Hong Kong People During the
Japanese Occupation Period

Dr. Kwan Lai Hung
Local History Researcher


Cenotaph and Hong Kong
Literature During Japanese
Occupation Period

Dr. Chan Chi Tak
Assistant Professor
Department of Literature and Cultural Studies
Hong Kong Institute of Education


In Remembrance of Lisbon Maru Incident on
Remembrance Day
(in Cantonese & English)

Mr. Yau Siu Kwong
The Lisbon Maru Association of Hong Kong

Mr. Bill Lake
Local Military Historian


Revitalisation of Fong Yuen Study Hall

Mr. Leung Wing Yu
Chief Executive – Social Service
The Yuen Yuen Institute

Mr. Lo Ka Yu Henry
Associate Director,
Centre for Architectural Heritage Research
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

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