Other Heritage Activity

Hung Hom Heritage Tour
To kick-start our tenth anniversary celebrations, the HKHP collaborated with Walk in Hong Kong to launch a Hung Hom Heritage Tour series, with tours open to public taking place over four Saturdays within February and March. Hung Hom was chosen as our subject because of its historic link with HKHP - it is home to our headquarters and it is also the sites of CLP's first power station in Kowloon. In addition, the district was also the 'industrial stronghold' of Hong Kong and an important base of economic development, and has thus played a pivotal role in local history.
January 2017
Hong Kong DNA
The “Hong Kong DNA” documentary programme explores our living heritage in the aspects of Clothing, Food, Shelter and Transport, in a bid to discover the wisdom of the people that makes Hong Kong tick. “Hong Kong DNA” was planned and produced by the Hong Kong Heritage Project and was launched on 11 November 2016 in Hong Kong. It was circulated to all local secondary schools and also aired in Hong Kong and regional TV channels.
November 2016
“From a Thread to a Dress” Panel Discussion
Complementing the very unique “Factory Hong Kong” exhibition, the Antiquities and Monuments Office and The Hong Kong Heritage Project had organised the "From a Thread to a Dress" panel discussion. featuring media professional Stephen Chan as the moderator, and Managing Director of CLP Power Hong Kong Limited, Paul Poon; LegCo Member (Textiles and Garment), Felix Chung; fashion designer, William Tang; and member of Public Relations Committee of the Community Chest, Quince Chong, as speakers.
August 2015
“History Re-run 2015” Theatrical Guided Tour
Having awarded the Hong Kong History Badge, a group of Girl Guides scripted and rehearsed various vignettes that related the story of industrialisation and experience of factory workers under the guidance of professional drama instructor. They acted as special docents at the exhibition gallery, taking the audience back in time to revisit Hong Kong’s industrial past in a creative way. Date: 8 August 2015 Venue: Thematic Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre
August 2015
Hung Hom and Ho Man Tin - From the Archives
As part of HULU Culture's "Our Rocking City" series, this seminar traced the wax and wane of Hung Hom's heavy industries and the development of Ho Man Tin, through selected photos, maps and plans, corporate documents and oral history interviews from the Hong Kong Heritage Project archive. Speaker: Melanie Li, Manager – Public Education and Outreach, the HKHP Date: 13 June 2015 (Saturday) Venue: Fung Ming Hall, Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple
June 2015
Images from the Peak and Around
Public Talk (Images from The Peak and Around) Speaker: Photographer Mr. Chak Wai-leung Date: 11 April 2014 (Saturday) Venue: City Gallery
April 2015