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Special Exhibition Gallery, UG/F
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Free (First come, first served.)

All lectures will be conducted in Cantonese unless otherwise specified. The Museum makes no representations on the content of the lectures.


Date Topic Speaker

The May Fourth and New Culture Movement and One Hundred Years of Cultural Development

The May Fourth and New Culture Movement has immense historical significance for thought and culture. From the perspective of cultural development after the May Fourth Movement, the speaker will share his insights with the audience.
Dr Chan Man Hung
(Honorary Director, Jao Tsung-I Academy)

May Fourth Literary Heritage in Hong Kong: Leo Lee and Cao Juren and the History of Lu Xun Readership in Hong Kong

The speaker will discuss the literary research on Lu Xun published by Cao Juren and Leo Ou-fan Lee in Hong Kong from the mid 1950s to the early 1970s.

Professor Cheung Lik Kwan
(Assistant Professor, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Legend and Imagination: Constructing the Revolutionary History of Hung Lau

Through looking into how the history of Hung Lau was constructed, the speaker will analyse and break down the problems behind this chapter of history, and reveal the true face of Hung Lau.
Professor Lau Chi Pang
(Associate Vice President and Professor of History, Lingnan University)