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Visit to Central Government Offices on 18 March 2011
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board visited Central Government Offices (Main Wing, East Wing and West Wing) on 18 March 2011. Members were given a chance to gain access to the interior of the buildings. Dr Joseph Ting, one of the AAB Members also shared with Members the history of the buildings during the visit.
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board at the Garden Road Entrance of the East Wing
Chairman of Antiquities Advisory Board on G/F of the Main Wing
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the exterior of the Central Government Offices
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the Burmese Rosewood in the central courtyard
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board and officers of the Antiquities and Monuments Office discussed the architectural and historical significance of the Main Wing
After visiting the interior of the West Wing, Members of Antiquities Advisory Board was heading to the Main Wing
Visit to King Yin Lei on 1 April 2011
In September 2007, works to remove the roof tiles, stone features and window frames were noticed at King Yin Lei, arousing a public outcry and calls for its preservation. The Government, after consulting Antiquities Advisory Board, took decisive action by declaring the building a proposed monument. King Yin Lei was declared a monument in July 2008. Members of Antiquities Advisory Board paid a visit to King Yin Lei after the completion of two years' restoration works on 1 April 2011.
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board and Advisory Committee on Revitalisation of Historic Buildings at King Yin Lei
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board and Advisory Committee on Revitalisation of Historic Buildings visited King Yin Lei after the completion of the two years' restoration works
Prof Tang Guohua briefed all participants on the restoration works of King Yin Lei
Prof Tang Guohua briefed all participants on the restoration works of King Yin Lei
Prof Tang Guohua briefed all participants on the restoration works of King Yin Lei
Prof Tang Guohua briefed all participants on the restoration works of King Yin Lei
Visit to declared monuments in Yuen Long on 28 April and 18 May 2011
To demonstrate building conservation works in different stages, viz before restoration, works in progress and after restoration, two site visits had been specially arranged on 28 April and 18 May 2011 for Antiquities Advisory Board Members to visit 3 declared monuments in Yuen Long, namely Fortified Structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai, Tang Ancestral Hall, Ha Tsuen, and Yeung Hau Temple, Ha Tsuen.
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board and officers of the Antiquities and Monuments Office discussed the history of the Fortified Structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board and officers of the Antiquities and Monuments Office discussed the history of the Fortified Structure at No. 55 Ha Pak Nai
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the restoration works of Tang Ancestral Hall, Ha Tsuen
Officers of the Antiquities and Monuments Office shared with Members the conservation principles adopted in restoration works
Officers of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed Members on the history of Yeung Hau Temple
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the restoration works of Yeung Hau Temple
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the restoration works of Yeung Hau Temple Members of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the restoration works of Yeung Hau Temple
Visit to historic buildings in Sha Tau Kok and Fanling on 18 August 2011
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board visited Hung Shing Temple, Hung Leng, Fanling, Residence of Ip Ting-sz, Sha Tau Kok and Cheung Shan Monastery, Ping Che, Fanling on 18 August 2011. Officers from Antiquities and Monuments Office also shared with Members the conservation principles adopted in restoring and repairing these historic buildings.
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board at Hung Shing Temple, Hung Leng, Fanling
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board visited Hung Shing Temple, Hung Leng, Fanling after completion of the restoration works
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board visited Residence of Ip Ting-sz, Sha Tau Kok
Chairman of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the restoration works of Residence of Ip Ting-sz
Officers of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed Members of Antiquities Advisory Board on the repair works of Cheung Shan Monastery, Ping Che, Fanling
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the repair works of Cheung Shan Monastery, Ping Che, Fanling
Chairman of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the interior of the Cheung Shan Monastery
Chairman of Antiquities Advisory Board appreciated the interior of the Cheung Shan Monastery
Visit to Central Police Station on 24 October 2011
Hong Kong Jockey Club invited Antiquities Advisory Board to visit the Central Police Station (CPS) Site . During the visit, Members were also briefed on the two new proposed buildings and the key findings of the archaeological investigation at the CPS site.
Visit to the Asia Society Hong Kong Center located at Former Explosives Magazine of the Old Victoria Barracks on 9 January 2012
The Former Explosives Magazine of the Old Victoria Barracks, Justice Drive, Central was revitalised into the Asia Society Hong Kong Center Headquarters which was opened in February 2012. Before its opening, Antiquities Advisory Board Members were invited to pay a visit to the new Center and exchange views on this conservation project.
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board were invited to pay a visit to the Asia Society Hong Kong Centre, Former Explosives Magazine of the Old Victoria Barracks, Justice Drive, Central
A brief discussion was held to give members of Antiquities Advisory Board the background and updates of the conservation project of the Former Explosives Magazine of the Old Victoria Barracks, Justice Drive, Central
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board at the Former Explosives Magazine of the Old Victoria Barracks, Justice Drive, Central
Participate in the Rehabilitation Ceremony of Tang Ancestral Hall, Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long
The Tang Ancestral Hall and its adjoining buildings were declared as monuments in December 2007. Restoration works of the Tang Ancestral Hall commenced in October 2009 and was completed in December 2011. Following with the completion of full restoration of the Tang Ancestral Hall, a formal rehabilitation ceremony was held on 9 January 2012. Antiquities Advisory Board was invited to attend the Rehabilitation Ceremony and basin meal.
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board were invited to attend the formal rehabilitation ceremony after the completion of full restoration of the Tang Ancestral Hall, Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board were invited to attend the formal rehabilitation ceremony after the completion of full restoration of the Tang Ancestral Hall, Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long
Members of Antiquities Advisory Board attended the basin meal after appreciating the restoration works of the Tang Ancestral Hall, Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long
 
 
 
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