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Most people in Hong Kong have spent their early years going to school as a student, but not a lot of people know about the history of Hong Kong’s educational spaces and the memory inherited by them.
Through this short and light-hearted video produced by Jockey Club “How Memory Sticks” Arts Education Programme, titled “Series on the Memory of Educational Space: Memory of Chinese Educational Spaces in Hong Kong”, you will understand the characteristics and evolution of Chinese education spaces in Hong Kong since the earliest times, such as the Li Ying College, established at the foot of the hill now named Kai Kung Leng over 900 years ago in the Song Dynasty; the Yi Tai Study Hall, used as a place to worship both Man Cheong (God of Literature) and Kwan Tai (God of Martial Arts), and to educate the youths of the Tangs clan; and Kam Tin Mung Yeung Public School which has evolved from a private rural school since its foundation in 1926 to a modern village school as it is now.
Click on this link below to enjoy the video (in Cantonese):
For more details, you can visit Jockey Club “How Memory Sticks” Arts Education Programme: