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The Aftermath of the First Sino-Japanese War: The Lease of the New Territories and Weihaiwei

Through the memorabilia of Sir James Stewart Lockhart at the turn of the last century, this exhibition reveals the vicissitudes of Hong Kong and Weihaiwei and the links between the cities.

The Aftermath of the First Sino-Japanese War: The Lease of the New Territories and Weihaiwei Through the memorabilia of Sir James Stewart Lockhart at the turn of the last century, this exhibition reveals the vicissitudes of Hong Kong and Weihaiwei and the links between the cities. The Aftermath of the First Sino-Japanese War: The Lease of the New Territories and Weihaiwei
Hong Kong Museum of History
The Aftermath of the First Sino-Japanese War: The Lease of the New Territories and Weihaiwei
Through the memorabilia of Sir James Stewart Lockhart at the turn of the last century, this exhibition reveals the vicissitudes of Hong Kong and Weihaiwei and the links between the cities.
2014.04.09 - 2014.06.09
Hong Kong Museum of History
Bruce Lee:Kung Fu‧Art‧Life

More than 600 invaluable items of Bruce Lee memorabilia will be showcased to create an exhibition that looks at Bruce Lee from a more comprehensive, in-depth and independent perspective.

Bruce Lee:Kung Fu‧Art‧Life More than 600 invaluable items of Bruce Lee memorabilia will be showcased to create an exhibition that looks at Bruce Lee from a more comprehensive, in-depth and independent perspective. Bruce Lee:Kung Fu‧Art‧Life
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Bruce Lee, Kung Fu, Art, Life
More than 600 invaluable items of Bruce Lee memorabilia will be showcased to create an exhibition that looks at Bruce Lee from a more comprehensive, in-depth and independent perspective.
2013.07.20 - 2018.07.20
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Images Through Time: Photos of Old Hong Kong

Showcasing over 800 rarely seen old photographs, the exhibition tells the significant role HK played when photography was introduced to China and the vicissitudes of the city since the mid-19th century.

Images Through Time: Photos of Old Hong Kong Showcasing over 800 rarely seen old photographs, the exhibition tells the significant role HK played when photography was introduced to China and the vicissitudes of the city since the mid-19th century. Images Through Time: Photos of Old Hong Kong
Hong Kong Museum of History
Sai Wan Ho in 1908. Staff quarters built by Taikoo are just completed as seen in the photograph.
Showcasing over 800 rarely seen old photographs, the exhibition tells the significant role HK played when photography was introduced to China and the vicissitudes of the city since the mid-19th century.
2013.12.18 - 2014.04.21
Hong Kong Museum of History
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Unsung Bravery : History of Hong Kong Military Service Corp
Unsung Bravery : History of Hong Kong Military Service Corp

With the display of about 70 pieces of valuable artefacts and historical photos relating to the Hong Kong Military Service Corps, this exhibition enables visitors to learn about the history of this military unit and the contributions it made during the British administration of Hong Kong.

2013.12.13 -2014.06.11
Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence
History in Prints : The 1911 Revolution in Guangdong
History in Prints : The 1911 Revolution in Guangdong

Featuring over 100 artefacts and photographs provided by the Sun Yat-sen Library of Guangdong Province, the exhibition illustrates the relationship between the 1911 Revolution and Guangdong.

2013.11.29 - 2014.05.14
Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum
The Hong Kong Story
The Hong Kong Story

This permanent exhibition showcases Hong Kong’s history through life-sized exhibits, enhanced with special audio-visual, lighting effects and multi-media programmes. The Hong Kong Story promises to be both entertaining and educational.

Permanent Exhibitions
Hong Kong Museum of History
Donation Campaign: Children’s Life in Hong Kong
Donation Campaign: Children’s Life in Hong Kong

To keep on research project on changes in Hong Kong children’s lives since the 1950s, we invite you to share your childhood memories and donate articles such as toys, confectionery packaging, stationery, publications, collectibles, and photos.

Hong Kong Museum of History
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Bruce Lee:Kung Fu‧Art‧Life Bruce Lee:Kung Fu‧Art‧Life

More than 600 invaluable items of Bruce Lee memorabilia will be showcased to create an exhibition that looks at Bruce Lee from a more comprehensive, in-depth and independent perspective.

The New Territories Cultural Day Tour The New Territories Cultural Day Tour

In the New Territories, you can find not only the scenes of unwinding nature and modern township but also some special museums and heritage for cultural exploration, start your journey with friends now!

Behind-the-scene : Bruce Lee sculpture Behind-the-scene : Bruce Lee sculpture

Bruce Lee's sculpture is now erected in the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. Actually, it is 3.5m tall and is the creation of the sculptor Chu Tat-shing.

Want to know how outstanding this sculpture is? Come check it out at the Museum.

Bruce Lee and Hong Kong Bruce Lee and Hong Kong

Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee has shared their experiences and feelings about Hong Kong.

Shannon Lee has lots of hopes about "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu‧Art‧Life" Shannon Lee has lots of hopes about "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu‧Art‧Life"

Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee has shared her experiences in organizing the "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu‧Art‧Life" exhibition, as well as her heartfelt words to the exhibition visitors.

‪New Experience in Tsim Sha Tsui East‬ ‪New Experience in Tsim Sha Tsui East‬

Tsim Sha Tsui is a shopping and dining hot spot, it is also home to a number of museums. Come visit the Hong Kong Museum of History and Hong Kong Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui East for an eye-opening experience.

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