Seeing in the dark: Hong Kong Harbour and Lighthouses 夜航明燈 香港港口與燈塔

Lighthouses have been – and still are – crucial beacons for seafarers. Constructed for safety purposes, they also function as indicators of human
presence, potentially even of safe homecoming for these very seafarers. Stories related to lighthouses seem to resonate well with large and diverse
audiences. We recently experienced the popularity of this topic through exhibitions and seminars, co–organised with faculty of various departments
of City University of Hong Kong (CityU). 

Exhibition author | Steve CHING and Richard WONG |

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