Thursday, 24 February 2011

Hong Kong's Best Kept Secrets: The HK Heritage Museum

Another of Hong Kong's best kept secrets is the HK Heritage Museum, located in Shatin, New Territories. The large cavernous building houses several interesting exhibits on New Territories heritage and culture, the Tsui Collection, the Chao Shao-An gallery and several rotating exhibits.
Admission fee: HKD 10
FREE on Wednesdays, Closed on Tuesdays.
Take a peaceful stroll along the Shatin Canal,
a short walk from Che Kung Temple and Tai Wai MTR stations.

Yu Kai's Cantonese opera costumes.

A typical Cantonese opera stage.

A New Territories fishing village.

Buddhist art at the Tsui collection.

A Tibetan tangkha

Chairman Mao loves
Generalissimo Chiang,
art by a Chinese artist living in Germany.
A glimpse of the Poster Trienniel.

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