Including Heritage of Mei Ho House, many museums have been closed in response to the severe infectious disease. We have compiled the enriched online resources for you to explore the culture and history of Sham Shui Po and resettlement blocks with other exciting and refreshing ways to “visit” the museum.
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“Post 41” is published by the Heritage of Mei Ho House to showcase the collected artifacts and stories (Mei Ho House was Block H when the first eight resettlement blocks were built in 1954, and it was renamed to Block 41 when Shek Kip Mei Estate was reconstructed). Apart from sharing and introducing our cultural and community activities, we also hope to unfold the unpublished oral history by rebuilding the invaluable collective memories of Hongkongers so that more people could learn about local Hong Kong history.
“Post 41” Issue No. 11
Online Columns including “Stories of Stores in Sham Shui Po”, “The Past and Present of Sham Shui Po”, “Random Interview in Heritage of Mei Ho House”, and comic “Residents of Block H” are published from time to time on our official Facebook page and Instagram. Like and follow to check out the latest issues to learn more about Sham Shui Po Community!
Since the establishment in 2010, Mei Ho House Alumni Network has been committed to connecting our alumni and conducting oral-history interviews to preserve the old-day histories. After ten years of development, we have also organized various activities not only to promote public’s understandings in the history of resettlement blocks, but also try to connect the entire Sham Shui Po community. In addition to workshops, lectures, docent training, we have also organized guided tours of different themes, youth ambassador program, photo competition, etc. Our footprints have covered almost every corner of Sham Shui Po.
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