HKHP

History provides the basis of our shared heritage, culture and values. It helps us understand who we were – and in doing so – who we are, and learn to manage change in a sensible and responsible manner.

For this reason, corporate archives are set up to preserve the important history of businesses, and community projects initiated to safeguard the heritage and collective memory of our society.

The Hong Kong Heritage Project (HKHP) was founded by Sir Michael Kadoorie in 2007 to preserve history and promote the appreciation of heritage in Hong Kong. HKHP holds a unique collection of archives originated from CLP, the Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels and other Kadoorie businesses and interests, which includes oral histories relating to Hong Kong's wider social and economic development post-war.

HKHP seeks to share its archives with the public through community events, and encourages young people's interest in exploring Hong Kong history through creative and innovative programmes.

Click here to learn more about HKHP's background.

HKHP is a non-profit organisation generously funded by the Kadoorie Family, The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited, and CLP Holdings Limited.

有關本項目

歷史加深我們對共有傳統、文化和價值觀的了解和認同,詮釋社會的過去和現在,更賦予我們睿智,讓我們可深明、通達地應付不斷轉變的世事。

時下不少大公司都設有檔案室,以蒐藏珍貴的企業歷史資料;而學術和民間機構亦積極開展各項歷史計劃,藉此保存優良傳統和豐富集體回憶。

香港社會發展回顧項目(項目)由米高嘉道理爵士於2007年推動成立,以保育香港歷史和推廣傳統文化意識為目標。項目的檔案庫收藏了中電香港上海大酒店及其他嘉道理業務的歷史資料,以及有關戰後香港社會和經濟發展的口述歷史。

一直以來,項目透過社區活動將檔案庫其中藏件公諸同好,亦不時舉辦嶄新的創意活動,從而提升年青人研習香港歷史的興趣。        

按此閲覽更多有關本項目的背景資料。

香港社會發展回顧項目乃非牟利機構,由嘉道理家族、香港上海大酒店有限公司中電控股有限公司慷慨贊助。