The Rise of the Celestial Empire is another great exhibition that follows in the foot steps of the Tsarskoye Selo exhibition, and transports visitors back in time. This time, it is the golden age of the Han dynasty. The show features a display of 162 ancient artefacts and relics, which showcase the economic growth and… Continue reading Hong Kong Museum of History: The Rise of the Celestial Empire
After the highly successful Tsarskoye Selo exhibition, the Hong Kong Museum of History is focusing on the 25th Anniversary of the Promulgation of the Basic Law in Hong Kong. The Basic Law is a mini constitution in the Chinese Special Administrative Region, and was adopted on April 4th 25 years ago and came into effect… Continue reading Hong Kong Museum of History: 25 Years of Basic Law
I had plans to write about the ideal weekend in Hong Kong, but given the frequent rain showers this weekend and the last, it makes much more sense to write about what you could be doing in this city, when there are big clouds and lots of showers. So let's start off with ideas for… Continue reading What to do on a rainy day in Kowloon?
I visited the Hong Kong Museum of History for the first time last week, after our visit to the Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Liam Gardens - and for sure it's not going to be the last time. It was a very interesting trip to a museum full of great artifacts! The Hong Kong Museum… Continue reading Hong Kong Museum of History