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Public views sought on Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum

The Hong Kong Museum of History will conduct two public consultation forums to collect public views on the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum.

Members of the public are welcome to attend the forums on Friday (July 15) and October 14 to give their views on the museum's name, exhibition contents, facilities and services. The forums will run from 6.30pm to 8pm at the Lecture Hall, G/F of the Museum of History at 100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.

The Government has long been considering a museum to commemorate Dr Sun's close relationship with Hong Kong, where he studied and nurtured his revolutionary ideas.

In February 2004, the Government acquired Kom Tong Hall, a historic building at 7 Castle Road in Central, and has made public its plan of converting these premises into the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum.

Renovation works at Kom Tong Hall are due to start in September this year and targeted for completion in December 2006. The museum's grand opening is scheduled for early 2007.

Featuring Dr Sun Yat-sen's life history and revolutionary career, the museum will focus on his involvement in Hong Kong's political, social and economic arenas.

Ends/Saturday, July 9, 2005
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