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The exhibition aims to enhance the public's understanding of the military history and the history of the coastal defence of Hong Kong.
The exhibition features in two phases TO Kwok-wai’s artworks, including his recent paintings which inspired by his own play scripts as well as some of his earlier works, opens up a channel for understanding the correlation between TO’s paintings and play scripts.
FUNG Wah (1924-2017) was passionate about music throughout his life and was famous in the music field for more than 70 years. He made remarkable contribution to the Cantonese opera, Cantonese film, Cantonese operatic songs and the phonographic industry of Cantonese music in Hong Kong. He set up the music society "Kam Lok Fu" to promote Cantonese opera and nurture many notable artists.
The exhibition showcases the manuscripts of music scores, clay-printed script of the Cantonese opera, gramophone records, leaflet and photographs. Readers can find out more about the master of Cantonese music.
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 2019 to 2020 in order to promote this resourceful website and raise the public awareness.
Journey of Time and Celebration of 10th Anniversary of Commissioner for Heritage’s Office of the Development Bureau
The exhibition aims to promote active public participation in conservation through the review of CHO's achievements and mile stone in the past 10 years.