|Date:||21 Feb 2013|
|Time:||09:00 – 12:15 onwards|
The Central district is the heart of the city which was first developed since the inception of the British rule in 1841. Buildings of the western style were then sprung up. The Central Route covers a total of 42 historic buildings and sites. Significant historic buildings which have been demolished and memorial stones are also introduced in the route to enable visitors to recapture the past landmarks of the Central district.
Date: Saturday March 16, 2013
Quota: 30 persons
|09:00 – 09:15||Gather at Central MTR Exit K (underground, next to station map) to Statue Square|
|09:15 – 12:00||Walk will cover Statue Square, the Cenotaph, Old Supreme Court, Hong Kong Club Building, Old Site of the First City Hall, Former French Mission Building, St. John’s Cathedral, visit grave of war dead old boy Roy Maxwell, HK Zoological & Botanical Gardens, Bishop’s House, Catholic Cathedral, Victoria Prison etc. |
The docent service will be offered by old boy Gordon Ho (76)
|12:00 – 12:15||Debriefing and Q & A|
|12:15 onwards||Optional networking lunch to follow|
Reminder: Wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring your own drinks.
Any LSCOBA member (and ONE guest on his invitation) interested to join the above please register on a first-come-first-served basis on or before Monday 11th March by filling in the registration form and faxing it to 2337-4951 for payment of the $80 per head / $70 for payment with LSCOBA Visa Card.