Hong Kong Women Identity -- A Historical Survey
Thematic Galleries (1) & (2),
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
27 November 2002 - 12 May 2003
Featuring artefacts, photos, interactive games and audio-visual programmes, this exhibition gives visitors the chance to examine and explore the lives and roles of women in Hong Kong in the 20th century - from the older generations to their modern counterparts. Focusing on three aspects - work, family and leisure - the exhibition also describes the challenges that women have always encountered and the ways that they search for help.

Exhibit Highlights

Set of Wedding Costume Set of Wedding Costume
158 (H) x 130 (W) cm
Donated by Mr. Lai Kin-shing

Packing for Two Girls Violet Powder
9 (H) x 7.5 (W) cm
Donated by Dr. Matthew Turner

Packing for Two Girls Violet Powder

"Two are enough" "Two are enough"
51.5 (H) x 38 (W) cm
Courtesy of the Family Planning Association of Hong Kong

Courtesy of the Information Services Department


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