100 Photos: A Story of Our Times

 

From 1841 to 1997, Hong Kong had emerged from a small fishing village into a metropolis. The turmoil of our changing times and the unquenchable spirit of our forefathers were deeper than any words could describe.

 

Although the historical photos are but snapshots of fragments in time, those transient moments of greatness they managed to capture will survive all ages and become timeless. Let us sit back and feel for ourselves all that we may or may not have come through and listen to stories that may or may not have been told.

 

Exhibition: Hong Kong Over The Past 100 Years Historical Photo Exibition 2018

Date: Now – 2018.8.31 (Monday to Sunday)

Time: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Venue: Jao Tsung – I Academy, Low Zone, Hall 2 & 3

Free Admission

Weekend Guided Tour: Every Saturday and Sunday,3:15p.m. to 4:15p.m.


Exhibits highlight:

Reproduction of “Yuet Tai Kei – Coastal Regions in Guangdong”

Ming Dynasty – Wanli 23 (1595)

Guo-pei

The gentry and the elders of the Tai Po Market bowed to the Governor.

(1899)

Government Records Service

Hong Kong was ravaged by a super typhoon in 1906

(1906)

Hong Kong Museum of History

The Japanese army was occupying Tsim Sha Tsui.

(1941)

Government Records Service

The Hong Kong Stock Exchange was officially opened.

(1986)

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

 

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