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- International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works
- The Palace Museum, Beijing, China
- Leisure and Cultural Services Department, HKSAR
and organised by:
- Conservation Office
For over 60 years, it serves to provide a communication platform among conservation professionals by means of conferences, publications (Studies in Conservation and News in Conservation), conservation workshops as well as collaboration with museums and other organisations. It also promotes academic excellence and public awareness through its awards and scholarships.
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) plans and manages a wide range of sports, recreational and cultural facilities in Hong Kong. The main objective of the department is to enrich the community's quality of life through the provision and promotion of recreational and cultural facilities and activities.
In the heritage and museums services, LCSD endeavours to create a vibrant cultural ecology rooted in Hong Kong's distinctive cultural identity through preservation of cultural heritage, provision of quality museum service to enhance people's understanding and appreciation of both local and global culture. Efforts are also focused on preserving and conserving cultural relics, antiquities and monuments and promoting heritage education to foster a sense of belonging among the people of Hong Kong. The LCSD manages 14 museums and 5 other cultural venues, each one unique in its focus. Broadly, these museums cover art, history and science.