Field Trips-2018 Spring

  • Ping Shan: Making of a Heritage Trail
    March 3 (Saturday)
  • Ha Tsuen: Spring Sacrifice and Lineage Organization
    March 21 (Wednesday)
  • Kau Sai: Hung Shing Festival and Local Society
    March 29 (Thursday)
  • Tai O: Heritage and Popular Religion
    April 21 (Saturday)

Registration & Enquiries
Phone: 2358 8939
E-mail: schina@ust.hk

Organized by South China Research Center, HKUST

Community Improvement Project, Pokfulam Village

March & April 2018
HLTH1010 in Activities Modules (Community or Voluntary Work)
Attain max. 4 hours/day (max. 14 hours), subject to the actual direct service hours confirmed by organizers

Recruitment of Student Helpers (for HKUST students ONLY)

The South China Research Center is a cross-disciplinary research institute that aims to establish academic connections among scholars and institutions in South China studies. Our projects are include academic research, publications and education programs, etc. Recently, we are also involved in conservation projects of Hong Kong's Intangible Cultural Heritage.