Different Paths to Sustainability: A Roundtable of UNESCO Award-winning Heritage Projects from Hong Kong
26th June 2021 (Saturday)
13:30 - 17:15
A total of 21 Hong Kong’s conservation projects has been awarded the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation since 2000. This Roundtable calls upon the awardees to review how they understand sustainability as the pathway to continue the conservation effort, and to reflect on their contribution to the building of a sustainable community since the receiving of the UNESCO award. Participating projects include:
Award of Merit in 2007 – Little Hong Kong
Award of Merit in 2013 – Tai O Heritage Hotel
Award of Excellence in 2017 – The Blue House Cluster
Award for New Design in Heritage Context in 2019 – The Mills
Special Recognition for Sustainable Development in 2020 – Lai Chi Wo Rural Cultural Landscape
Date|June 26, 2021
Venue|Atrium, The Mills Fabrica
Format|Join us at the venue (quota: 50) or via Zoom; Facebook live broadcast available
Language|Mainly Cantonese
For registration and details, please visit us at https://ccsg.hku.hk/ruralsd/en/pages/academy/a-roundtable-of-unesco-award-winning-heritage-projects-from-hong-kong/?fbclid=IwAR0ZhxmvdbM0S2axBZSsE_C1IVNoC6Z-kqObFdzwTsWkCrVsoyNp32f5pyQ

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