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May
Museum of History invites public to celebrate its anniversary
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The Hong Kong Museum of History will hold a birthday party at 6.30pm on July 18 to celebrate its 30th Anniversary.

To mark the occasion, the Hong Kong Museum of History invites member of the public who were born in Hong Kong on July 18, 1975 to join the party. Participants will have the opportunity of celebrating their birthdays with those who were born on the same date and also receive a birthday gift presented by the museum.

For those who are interested, please call 2724 9097 or email hkhm@lcsd.gov.hk to register.

The Hong Kong Museum of History has also organised a series of exhibitions and programmes to celebrate its anniversary. Exhibitions include: "Paris Reflections: Photographs from the Centre Pompidou", which is now showing at the museum; "Impressions of the East: The Art of George Chinnery", which will be held from June 22 to August 29; "History of Ta Teh Institute" from June 29 to October 3; and "East Meets West" in late September.

Other events, including a puppet show, open day, workshops, conferences and folk song concerts will also be held.

The Hong Kong Museum of History was established in July 1975 in Star House, Tsim Sha Tsui when the former Urban Council decided to split the City Museum and Art Gallery at the City Hall into the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Museum of History in 1983. The Hong Kong Museum of History was moved to premises in Kowloon Park its permanent premises at 100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui were completed in 1998.

The Hong Kong Museum of History opens from 10am to 6pm from Monday to Saturday and from 10am to 7pm on Sundays and public holidays. It is closed on Tuesdays apart from those falling on public holidays.

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