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Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre
|Venue:||Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre, Kowloon Park, Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon|
|Time:||3 – 5 pm|
|Quota:||110 seats. First come, first served. No enrollment necessary.|
|Fee:||Free admission. Conducted in Cantonese (unless otherwise specified).|
|8.4.2017||Changes in the Heritage of Hong Kong||
Prof. Chow Kai Wing|
Adjunct Professor, Department of History, Hong Kong Baptist University
|22.4.2017*||Hong Kong Literary Landscape Talk Series: Landmarks/Old Buildings|
Talk 1: Literature and Place
Dr. Fan Sin Piu
Associate Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Mr. So Wai Nam
Project Coordinator, Hong Kong Literature Research Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong Literary Landscape Talk Series: Landmarks/Old Buildings |
Talk 2: New Territories
Dr. Chan Tak Kam
Hong Kong Writer
Dr. Chau Tsz Yan Emily
Lecturer, Department of Chinese, Hang Seng Management College
|20.5.2017||Captured on Film: Cityscape and Identity in Hong Kong Movies||
Dr. Vivian Lee|
Associate Professor, Culture and Heritage Management Programme, Department of Chinese and History, City University of Hong Kong
|27.5.2017#||Becoming Intangible Cultural Heritage: Tai O Dragon Boat Water Parade||
Prof. Liu Tik Sang|
Associate Professor, Division of Humanities and
Director, South China Research Center,
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
|3.6.2017||Landmark of 20th-Century New Territories: A look at the Changing Times from the Memorial Archway in Tsing Shan Monastery||
Dr. Lau Chi Pang|
Associate Professor, Department of History, Lingnan University
*Jointly organized by Antiquities and Monuments Office, LCSD and Hong Kong Literature Research Centre of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
#Organized by Lord Wilson Heritage Trust.
Audience will normally be admitted 15 minutes before the event starts. Earlier admission may be arranged if necessary.
Programmes are subject to change without prior notice.
The Centre makes no representations on the content of the lectures.
To minimise disturbance, once the programme starts and Lecture Hall is full, no further admittance is allowed.
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