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Monument in the City: Visiting the Law Uk Folk Museum

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M06c | Monument in the City: Visiting the Law Uk Folk Museum


The Hakka people are one of the four main Chinese ethnic groups living in Hong Kong.  Chai Wan, where several early Hakka villages were established, has undergone urban development over the past several decades.  Remnants of the Hakka villages are preserved in a village house "Law Uk", (Law's House).  It is named after its original owners, a Hakka family whose Chinese surname is transliterated as "Law".  The history of the house can be traced back over 200 years ago, during the reign of Qing Emperor Qianlong (1736-1795).  Docents will introduce this typical Hakka village house and its related artefacts.  Students will learn about the history of Chai Wan, as well as the history and architecture of Law Uk, and Hakka customs.

Date
17.10 | 21.11.2023 (Tue)
12.3 | 7.5 | 4.6.2024 (Tue)
Venue
Law Uk Folk Museum
Time
10:30am - 11:30am
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Target
K.2 - S.6 students
Duration
1 hour
Capacity per performance
30 (Minimum 20 participants)

Language

Conducted in Cantonese

Remarks

 One session only : am or pm