“HONG KONG OVER THE PAST 100 YEARS: LEVELLED HILLS AND RECLAIMED LAND” HISTORICAL EXHIBITION
Looking back at history shows us that Hong Kong’s urban development has been inevitably linked to reclamation. Jao Tsung-I Academy is a historical monument adjoining Lai Chi Kok and Mei Foo New Estate and has witnessed the evolution of reclamation and development in this area since 1888. The theme of the New Year’s exhibition is “Hong Kong over the Past Hundred Years – Levelled Hills and Reclaimed Land”. Through valuable photographs, maps, charts, and texts, we will briefly introduce the development of reclamation in Hong Kong and stories from history.
Date：18 May–29 Aug 2019 (Monday to Sunday)
Time：10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Venue：Hall 2 & 3, The Gallery (Low Zone)