The scope of conservation work is broad and the content of which is ever-changing. As regards, in addition to attending daily conservation work, we keep abreast of the advance of conservation science and technology through literature survey, scientific research and professional exchange with overseas counterparts in order to heighten our standard in the preservation of cultural heritage.

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Liu, A.W.S., Wong, A.K.K. and Yeung, E.S. (2016), ‘Challenges and approaches in conserving New Ink Art'. In Townsend, J.H., Nevin, A., Atkinson, J. K., Saunders, D. and Brokerhof, A. (eds), Preprints of Saving the Now: Crossing Boundaries to Conserve Contemporary Works: IIC 2016 Los Angeles Congress, 12-16 September 2016, Los Angeles. UK: Taylor & Francis, S2 120-125.

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Leung, E., Tsang, A., Wong, J. and Kan, D. (2016), ‘How far should we go? A controversial issue in mural conservation in Hong Kong'. In Townsend, J.H., Nevin, A., Atkinson, J. K., Saunders, D. and Brokerhof, A. (eds), Preprints of Saving the Now: Crossing Boundaries to Conserve Contemporary Works: IIC 2016 Los Angeles Congress, 12-16 September 2016, Los Angeles. UK: Taylor & Francis, S2 300-301.

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Tse, J. (2016), ‘Development of a new environmental monitoring system for museums and galleries using RFID-enabled technology'. In Townsend, J.H., Nevin, A., Atkinson, J. K., Saunders, D. and Brokerhof, A. (eds), Preprints of Saving the Now: Crossing Boundaries to Conserve Contemporary Works: IIC 2016 Los Angeles Congress, 12-16 September 2016, Los Angeles. UK: Taylor & Francis, S2 334-335.

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Wong, Y.K., Liu, S., Kam, R., Lai, W.F. and Tsang, A. (2016), ‘Conservation of outdoor sculpture: Challenges of three installations in Hong Kong'. In Townsend, J.H., Nevin, A., Atkinson, J. K., Saunders, D. and Brokerhof, A. (eds), Preprints of Saving the Now: Crossing Boundaries to Conserve Contemporary Works: IIC 2016 Los Angeles Congress, 12-16 September 2016, Los Angeles. UK: Taylor & Francis, S2 340-342.

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1. Cheung, A.Y.K., Sam, L.W.A., Messerschmidt, L. and Yeung, E.S. (2014) The Analysis and Conservation of a Chinese Silk Birthday Hanging of the Qing Dynasty. In: Townsend, J.H., Nevin, A., Rivers, S., Knight, B., Chan, S.W., Yeung, E., Tang, C. and Liu, C., eds. Proceedings of An Unbroken History: Conserving East Asian Works of Art and Heritage: IIC 2014 Hong Kong Congress, 22-26 September 2014, Hong Kong. London: Maney Publishing, S 28-31.

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2. Leung, E.T.S., Kan, D.W.K. and Kam, R.Y.K. (2014) A Two-step Consolidation Approach in Conserving an Unfired Clay Statue. In: Townsend, J.H., Nevin, A., Rivers, S., Knight, B., Chan, S.W., Yeung, E., Tang, C. and Liu, C., eds. Proceedings of An Unbroken History: Conserving East Asian Works of Art and Heritage: IIC 2014 Hong Kong Congress, 22-26 September 2014, Hong Kong. London: Maney Publishing, S 88-91.

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3. Liu, A.W.S., Ho, M.Y.M. and Lai, C.Y. (2014) Solving a Conservation Problem: The Treatment of a Batch of Century-old Chinese Manuscripts Printed with Fugitive Red Grid-lines. In: Townsend, J.H., Nevin, A., Rivers, S., Knight, B., Chan, S.W., Yeung, E., Tang, C. and Liu, C., eds. Proceedings of An Unbroken History: Conserving East Asian Works of Art and Heritage: IIC 2014 Hong Kong Congress, 22-26 September 2014, Hong Kong. London: Maney Publishing, S 248-249.

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Liu, A.W.S. (2012) Traditional Mounting Styles and Presentation Techniques of Scrolls. In: Cather, S., eds. The Decorative: Conservation and the Applied Arts: IIC 2012 Vienna, 10-14 September 2012, Vienna, Italy. London: The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 369-370.

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Cheung, A.Y.K., Tsang, A.C.H., Sam, L.W.A. (2012) Glittering Decorative Art: Reflective Cantonese Opera Costumes. In: Cather, S., eds. The Decorative: Conservation and the Applied Arts: IIC 2012 Vienna Congress, 10-14 September 2012, Vienna, Italy. London: The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 346-347.

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Tse J.C.Y., Chan, S.W. and Yeung, E.S. (2008) The Fireboat Alexander Grantham: An Accessible Artifact. In: Saunders, D., Townsend, J. and Woodcock, S. eds. Conservation and Access: Contributions to the London Congress, 15-19 September 2008, London, UK. London: The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 136.

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Chan, S.W., Leung, E.S.T. and Yeung, E.S. (2008) Finding the Missing: Wall Tiles Transfer for Kom Tong Hall. In: Saunders, D., Townsend, J. and Woodcock, S. eds. Conservation and Access: Contributions to the London Congress, 15-19 September 2008, London, UK. London: The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 243.

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Chan, S.W., Yeung, E.S. and Tse, J.C.Y. (2006) Bringing a Second Life to a Historical Vessel, the Conservation Strategy for Fireboat Alexander Grantham. Poster presentation at: The Object in Context: Crossing Conservation Boundaries: IIC 2006 Munich Congress, 28 August - 1 September 2006, Munich, Germany.

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