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The Hong Kong Heritage Project - helping preserve the memory of Hong Kong

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Amelia Allsop

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Transcript of The Hong Kong Heritage Project - helping preserve the memory of Hong Kong

Archive Oral History Collaboration and Exchange Promoting Heritage Preservation Communications 1,600 documents
Appraised
Catalogued
Preserved Collections Size




CLP HongKong Shanghai Hotels Jewish Collection 374 filmed interviews Liaison with the local history scene Business Records Group Visits Photos 4000 photos collected Heritage through Education Heritage Preservation
Oral history as a discipline
Raising heritage awareness amongst younger generation Business participation CLP photo project chronicles SSPo streets as they are today
Helping CLP staff engage with the local community, encouraging artistic endeavours
Website Media RTHK Radio
TVB Pearl Report
Journals
SCMP
Ming Pao Q&A Who are we? Largest oral history collection in HK 1929 - 2000 1885 - 1960 Virtual Exhibition Online Games Documents Oral History clips Photo gallery Archival Sham Shui Po Showcase Programme: Sir Michael Kadoorie established the Heritage Project in May 2007, because he felt it was both important and urgent to preserve Hong Kong's precious heritage. The Hong Kong Heritage Project
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