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Video Series

Béthanie: Heritage Remastered
The Béthanie was built by the French Mission. It is a declared monument and home to the HKAPA's School of Film and Television for preserving its history and value.
Pokfulam Village –
A Patchwork of Culture and Stories
Pokfulam Village has a history dating back more than 200 years. Villagers put their efforts to record, preserve and inherit their own tradition in order to pass the culture and value of the community on.
Recollections of Neighbourly Love
in Sham Shui Po
Knowing more about the living conditions of public rental housing and the change of Sham Shui Po through the oral history of two residents who live and grow in Sham Shui Po.
The Art of Qin-Making:
Preserving Melodies for Tomorrow
Zhuoqin, a masterful qin-making technique, was included on the National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage. A Qin Making Society was founded by Master Choi Chang Sau on preserving and perpetuating ancient qin making techniques.
Driving Through Time:
Hong Kong's Motor Heritage
Learning the situation of Hong Kong via the motor heritage from the World War II to 1960s.
Keep the Neon On
The collection of sketches and neon signs are not only the testimony of history in 1950s to 1980s, but also the sign of unique street culture of Hong Kong.
The Dragon Kiln:
Rediscovering Hong Kong's Pottery Heritage
The Castle Peak Pottery Kiln, located in Tuen Mun, is now classified as a grade 3 historic building. The kiln was used to produce everyday necessities to Hong Kong residents and closely tied to people's daily lives. It is the testimony of Hong Kong pottery's development.
Hakka Unicorn Dance –
The Essence of a Culture
The unicorn dance has a history spanning over centuries and is an important activity in Hakka villages. It was included on the National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in performing arts. In fact, the unicorn dance is not only a performing art, but also the essence of Hakka Culture.
Children Learning Cantonese Opera
Cantonese Opera is a traditional Chinese performing art included in the UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Through learning Cantonese Opera, children can develop their potentiality and learn to be harmonious and benevolent.
The Changing Face of Public Markets
Understanding the evolution of Hong Kong public markets through their development, management, architectural features and functions.