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- Summer Reading Month Exhibition on "Eminent Figures in the Modern History of China"
- Summer Reading Month Exhibition on "Children Stories: A Journey to the Whimsy Kingdom"
- Summer Reading Month Exhibition on "Children Growth & Development: The Bugs' Community"
- Summer Reading Month Exhibition on "Little Dragon Town: A Chinese Culture Tour"
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- Panel Exhibition on Elderly Health : Stay Smart – Brain Health and You
- “Charity and Healthcare: Tung Wah Archives and Hong Kong’s Early Healthcare Development” Subject Talks and Roving Exhibitions
- “Tung Wah Archives and Early Overseas Chinese” Roving Exhibitions
- Pictorial Exhibition on "Braving the Storm: Hong Kong under Japanese Occupation"
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Hong Kong's longest standing charitable organisation, the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (TWGHs) maintains a rich collection of historical records. The comprehensive and organized records do not only shed light on various aspects of early Hong Kong society, but also help reconstruct the path of Hong Kong's development at different times in history. In particular, the Tung Wah Coffin Home Archives are unique cultural heritage of Hong Kong. They document the bone repatriation services provided by Tung Wah to Chinese people who passed away in Hong Kong or abroad from the late 19th to mid-20th century, and are important archives for the research on Hong Kong's role in a global Chinese philanthropic network.