Chairman
Heritage and Conservation Committee of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects

Associate Director
AEDAS

Edward is a practicing architect who designed award winning conservation projects, as well as being an academics who teaches subjects of heritage architecture. He is the current Chair of Heritage and Conservation Committee of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects. His recent year research focus on Chinese vernacular architectures in the urban context. His researches had been presented in conferences in overseas, in mainland, as well as in Hong Kong.

Sessions

Mar 5

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Polishing a Pearl of Hong Kong Past: The Making of Tai Kwun

11:00 – 12:00
JC Cube Auditorium

Highlighting the unique story of Tai Kwun, as well as its purpose as a new civic and cultural space in the heart of Central…