請各位先登陸 (studentID,Moodle 密碼登陸),後編輯
請各位使用左方之工具列上的上載文件連結上載習作相關的相片

Making Heritage Alive

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

跳轉到: 導航, 搜尋

( One big blunder you have made in your article: ASHK is not a HK government funded non-profit organisation. it was founded in New York by John D Rockefeller, one of the richest men in the world and it has 11 centres around the globe, Hong Kong being the biggest centre outside of USA. The HK centre receives funding from HK Jockey Club and it seeks donation from the public through different activities and functions. Inviting prominent US officials to luncheon speech is one way to raise money. )

Making Heritage Alive
by Lam Ho Yin
email: tor_1127@yahoo.com.hk

Mar 5 - Preserving heritage in Hong Kong, which had limited land, was a controversial topic. Alice Mong, executive director of Asia Society Hong Kong (ASHK), said it cost a lot to preserve a heritage but it was worth to do so and she enjoyed making it alive.

ASHK was a not-for-profit educational organization, funded by the Hong Kong Government, dedicated to furthering the understanding of the cultures of Hong Kong. Meanwhile February 2013 was ASHK center’s one-year anniversary at their home in Admiralty which was a former British military base.

Mong said they made the heritage alive, not just the building, but also all things including trees, animals and living things. Mong admitted that it needed a lot of time and money to preserve that, but she believed it was worth to do it.

Someone argued that Hong Kong was a business center and it was hard to keep a heritage. “It is your Hong Kong. You have the right to say. And I believe the government will strive a balance,” said Mong. However, she said she was quite sad and surprise to see Queen’s Park was not preserved.
個人工具