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9 Justice Drive, Admiralty


Founded in 1956 by John D. Rockefeller 3rd in New York as a not-for-profit, non-government educational organization, The Asia Society is a leading educational organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders, and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context.

In February 2012, The Asia Society Hong Kong Center established its new permanent home in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Through conservation, rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of a group of historic structures on a former British military site, the new center premises combines heritage conservation with a distinctive modern aesthetic, complete with world-class arts, performance and conference facilities. These facilities enable Hong Kong Center to offer an even broader selection of programs in the form of lectures, performances, film screenings and gallery exhibitions to members of the public.


Suite 2001, One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong



No. 2 Zhujiang Dong Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, China


Guangdong Museum, a comprehensive museum with collection of over 160,000 pieces (sets), was open to the public on October 1st, 1959. In 2003, the People’s Government of Guangdong Province decided to build a new building for Guangdong Museum in Zhujiang New Town, Guangzhou. On May 18th, 2010, the brand-new Guangdong Museum started to welcome visitors. The new building covers an area of 41,027㎡ with construction area of 66,980㎡ and display area of 21,000㎡. It looks like a delicate ancient openwork container of treasures. Permanent exhibitions in terms of Guangdong History and Culture, Guangdong Natural Resource and arts (such as the Duan inkstone, Chaozhou Woodcarving and Pottery and Porcelain) as well as temporary exhibitions are exhibited in it. Furthermore, perfect infrastructure and management systems will enable the Guangdong Museum to be a modernized large-scale comprehensive museum, top-ranking in the nation and advanced in the world.


Central Ferry Pier No. 8, Central


The Hong Kong Maritime Museum is a vibrant, cultural institution dedicated to preserving, collecting and displaying objects that tell the story about trade and maritime in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. A non-profit registered charity founded in 2003 by members of the Hong Kong Shipowners Association, the Museum opened in September 2005 at Murray House in Stanley and relocated in 2013 to Pier 8, in the heart of the Central Harbour Waterfront. Today the Museum attracts 100,000 visitors annually where across 4,400 square metres more than 1,200 objects are displayed in 13 galleries on three levels.


181-199 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan


The four-storey museum is home to one of the world's largest and best-curated collections of Chinese antique furniture, made of the treasured materials huanghuali and zitan, from the Ming and Qing dynasties. Started in the 1980s with many of the earlier pieces purchased right here on Hollywood Road, the collection has grown to over 300 pieces three decades later. Selected pieces have been exhibited in other museums, primarily the National Museum of History in Taiwan. 

The Liang Yi Museum also houses the world's premier collection of bejewelled clutches, compacts and powder boxes. Made in the finest design houses such as Cartier, Boucheron and Van Cleef & Arpels, these necessaries and minaudieres, glittering with precious stones and showing exquisitely detailed craftsmanship, were once a staple of every lady's evening wear. With nearly 400 examples from the late 1880s through to the 1960s, this dazzling collection provides an elegant peek at a bygone era and has been lent out to other museums in the past, including the Palace Museum in Beijing and Goldsmiths Hall in London.

The idea to form “The Maritime Silk Road Society” originated from the New People’s Party’s visit to Beijing in September 2014 led by Mrs. Regina Ip, Member of the Executive Council and the Legislative Council, Chairperson of New People’s Party and Savantas Policy Institute. During the meeting with officials of the National Development and Reform Commission, Mrs. Ip learned about the “Belt and Road Initiative” , and the principles of peace and cooperation, openness, inclusiveness, mutual learning and mutual benefit underlying this initiative. It did not take Mrs. Ip and other members of the delegation long to appreciate that this strategy has the potential to transform the economic landscape of Asia, and holds great promise for Hong Kong.

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