Wednesday, November 16, 2016

[Event] Made in Hong Kong · Ceramic Factory: Archaeological Exhibition of the Majestic Chemical Art Craft Manufacture in Lei Yue Mun

CUHK Anthropology Department x Jockey Club Lei Yue Mun Plus

Made in Hong Kong · Ceramic Factory: Archaeological Exhibition of the Majestic Chemical Art Craft Manufacture in Lei Yue Mun

Opening Ceremony and Exhibition Period

Date: 26 November 2016 (Sat)
Time: 5:00-6:00pm
Venue: Jockey Club Lei Yue Mun Plus, 45 Hoi Pong Road Central, Lei Yue Mun, Kowloon, Hong Kong (*Cocktail reception will be served at 4-6pm) (Map)

Whole exhibition period: 26 November 2016 -15 Feb 2017 (Tue-Sun: 2-6pm)

In March this year, 20 undergraduate students from ANTH2730 Preserving Cultural Heritage and some research postgraduate students conducted their field trip in Lei Yue Mun under the guidance of Prof. Sharon Wong and the research topic is about preserving the Hong Kong ceramic factory site and its intangible cultural heritage- ceramic craftsmanship from Jingdezhen to Hong Kong. After the field trip, 8 undergraduate and postgraduate students were interested to be the volunteers in conducting archaeological fieldwork, artifact analysis and curating an exhibition supported by Jockey Club Lei Yue Mun Plus and The Lord Wilson Heritage Trust. This exhibition intends to show the rise and fall of the ceramic industry in Hong Kong during the late colonial period from the archaeological perspective; multiple interpretations of ceramic “objects”: from fake antiques, handicrafts, movie props to archaeological artifacts, and how the ceramic factory play a role in the daily lives of Lei Yue Mun community and the “Hollywood of the East” during the 1960s to 1970s.

Please click the exhibition poster and invitation card for your information.

For enquiries, please contact JCLYMP (Tel: 2205 8100).

For online R.S.V.P., please sign up at

For exhibition talk series (conducted in Cantonese), please register at:

See you at the exhibition!

Exhibition Poster

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