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Visits to two historic buildings, namely Yuk Hui Temple and Hau Mei Fung Ancestral Hall on 30 May and 3 June 2019
Members of AAB visited Yuk Hui Temple in Wan Chai and Hau Mei Fung Ancestral Hall in Kam Tsin, Sheung Shui on 30 May and 3 June 2019 respectively. The Board, at its meeting in June, recommended to the Antiquities Authority to declare the two historic buildings and the rock carving at Cape Collinson as monuments under the Antiquities and Monuments Ordinance (Cap. 53) ("the Ordinance"). With the approval of the Chief Executive, these three historic items were declared monuments under the Ordinance by notice in the Gazette on 25 October 2019.
Members visited Yuk Hui Temple in Wan Chai
Officer of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed members the history of Yuk Hui Temple and its architectural features
Officer of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed members the history of Yuk Hui Temple and its architectural features
Members visited Hau Mei Fung Ancestral Hall in Kam Tsin, Sheung Shui
Officer of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed members the history of Hau Mei Fung Ancestral Hall and its architectural features
Officer of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed members the history of Hau Mei Fung Ancestral Hall and its architectural features
 
 
Visits to two historic buildings, namely (i) Tin Hau Temple and the adjoining buildings and (ii) Tung Wah Coffin Home on 2 and 3 June 2020
Members of AAB visited (i) Tin Hau Temple and the adjoining buildings in Yau Ma Tei and (ii) Tung Wah Coffin Home in Pok Fu Lam on 2 and 3 June 2020 respectively. The Board recommended to the Antiquities Authority to declare the two historic buildings and the masonry bridge of Pok Fu Lam Reservoir as monuments under the Antiquities and Monuments Ordinance (Cap. 53) ("the Ordinance"). With the approval of the Chief Executive, these three historic items were declared monuments under the Ordinance by notice in the Gazette on 22 May 2020.
Members visited Tin Hau Temple and the adjoining buildings in Yau Ma Tei
Officer of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed members the history of Tin Hau Temple and the adjoining buildings and their architectural features
Members visited Tin Hau Temple and the adjoining buildings, Yau Ma Tei
Officer of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed members the history of Tung Wah Coffin Home and its architectural features
Officer of the Antiquities and Monuments Office briefed members the history of Tung Wah Coffin Home and its architectural features
Members visited Tung Wah Coffin Home in Pok Fu Lam
 

 

 
 
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