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- Subject Talk on Elderly Health : Stay Smart – Brain Health and You
- “Charity and Healthcare: Tung Wah Archives and Hong Kong’s Early Healthcare Development” Subject Talks
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- "Braving the Storm: Hong Kong under Japanese Occupation" Paper Armament Model-making Workshop
- Subject Talk Series on Chinese Medicine for Elderly Health
- Subject Talk Series on "Seniors in Style"
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The “Hong Kong Memory” Project, conceived as Hong Kong's response to UNESCO's “Memory of the World” Project which aims to preserve historical records and valuable library collections through digitization, is a joint project launched by the Government of the Hong Kong SAR and The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.
A Hong Kong Memory website is built for the purpose, which is a multimedia website that gives free and open access to digitized materials on the historical and cultural heritage of Hong Kong, including text documents, photographs, posters, sound recordings, motion pictures and videos.
A series of talk on Hong Kong Memory will be conducted in Hong Kong Public Libraries from 2020 to 2021 in order to promote this resourceful website and raise the public awareness.
The public lectures aim to enhance the public's understanding of the military history and the history of the coastal defence of Hong Kong.
These workshops provide a chance for parents and children to learn about the armaments that related to the military history of Hong Kong by joining hands to make a paper model.