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Full text of "Hong Kong 1997 Handover Commemorative Items"

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in 2010 with funding from 

Multicultural Canada; University of Toronto Libraries 



http://www.archive.org/details/hongkong1997hand00hong 




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o commemorate this unique moment 
. in the history of Hong Kong; each 
Regal Hotel offers 3 packages for the most 
discerning connoisseurs. Available from 
1 June to 6 July in Banquet Rooms, Chinese 
Restaurants or VIP rooms, each package 
reflects the high culinary degree of our 
Chinese Master Chefs enhanced with superb 
service, deluxe venue and table settings. 

We look forward to serving you during this 
momentous period in true Regal style 
associated with Hong Kong's reputation as 
the culinary heaven of the East. 




Cantonese Menu 



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For reservations, call our 

Banquet Sales Department - 

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Regal Seafood Restaurant - 

2313 8788/2722 1818 ext 8788 



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1997 Change of Hong Kong Sovereignty Celebration 
Menu C 

Fried Fresh Lobster served in a Boat 

Braised Supreme Shark's Fin 

Sauteed Bird's Nest and Egg White with Fungus 

Fried Sliced Pigeon and Egg with Vegetables 

Braised Fresh Abalone with Oyster Sauce (2 Heads) 

Steamed Giant Labird Fish 

Fried Rice served in a Whole Pineapple 

Shrimp Dumplings in Superior Soup 

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Braised Supreme Shark's Fin 



Braised Superior Shark's Fin with Crab Meat 



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Sauteed Crab Claw's Meat with Fresh Milk 



Sauteed Geoduck Clams with Fungus 



Braised Middle East Abalone with Ovster Sauce (22 heads) 



Braised Fresh Abalone with Ovster Sauce (8 heads) 



Steamed Giant Labird Fish 



Steamed Supreme Spotted Garoupa 



Beggar's Chicken 

Seafood Fried Rice 

Steamed Vegetable Dumplings 

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Sweetened Bird's Nest Almond Cream 
served in a Whole Hawaiian Papava 



Steamed Sliced Chicken .with 
Yunnan Ham and Black Mushrooms 

Glutinous Rice Roll with Cabbage 

Deep-fried Shrimp Dumplings in Supreme Soup 

Sweetened Soga Cream with Green Bean 



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1997 Change of Hong Kong Sovereignty Celebration 
Gala Dinner Menu 

Fresh Prawns Salad with Seasonal Fruit 

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Braised Superior Shark's Fin with Fresh Crabmeat 

Sauteed Geoduck Clams and Scallops with Walnuts 

Braised Sliced Abalone with Fish Maws 

Steamed Garoupa 



Steamed Sliced Chicken with Yunnan Ham 
and Black Mushrooms 

Seafood Fried Rice with Portuguese Sauce 

Noodles with Shrimp Dumplings in Supreme Soup 

Sweetened Almond Cream with Fresh Lotus Seeds 

Fresh Fruit Platter 



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1997 Change of Hong Kong Sovereignty Celebration 

East Meets West Menu 

Symphony of Duck Breast and Foie Gras 

Braised Supreme Shark's Fin with Crab Meat 

Seafood Lagoon 

Braised Sliced Abalone with Fish Maws 

Steamed Supreme Spotted Garoupa 

Deep-fried Crispy Chicken 

Mixed Fried Rice wrapped in a Lotus Leaf 

Deep-fried Shrimp Dumplings in Supreme Soup 

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Double-boiled Snow Fungus 

served in a Whole Hawaiian Papaya 

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Party - Red Dawn. 10:30pm till Dawn at 
Replays Bar and Grill on Monday, June 30, 
1997. Entrance $1 20. 

Replays, celebrating the dawning of new era. 

June 30 

10:30pm - Dawn 



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Special Handover Issue 

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23rd -29th June, 1997 



Issue No. 26 



KEY EVENTS MARKING THE HANDOVER 



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28/6: 7:30pm 
29/6: 2:30pm 
HKS80, $100, $130, 
$160 

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24-28/6: 10am 
Free ££ 

29/6: 8pm 

Free admission by tickets 



25/6: 7:45pm 

Free admission by tickets 



27-29/6: 8pm 
29/6: 3pm 

HKS195, $395, $495, 
$695 



Drama "Dragon Island" (In Cantonese) 
Presented by the Chung Ying Theatre Co. 
Auditorium, Tsuen Wan Town Hall. Tsuen Wan 



1997 HK International Piano Competition 

Presented by the HK Music Educational Members 

Association 

Younqsler Section 

24th, 25th: Auditorium, Sha Tin Town Hall, Sha Tin 

28th: Auditorium, Tuen Mun Town Hall, 

Tuen Mun 
Open Section 

26th, 2 7th: City Hall Concert Hall, Central 
29th: HK Cultural Centre Concert Hall, 

Tsim Sha Tsui (Free admission tickets 
are available at HK Cultural Centre) 



Programme of Military Music 

Presented by Home Affairs Department and HK British 

Forces 

Free admission tickets are now available through South 

China Morning Post Bookshops at Star Ferry 

Concourse, Central; Shop 147, City Plaza II, Taikoo 

Shing; Shop 233A, Times Square, Causeway Bay as 

well as at the main gate of Prince of Wales Barracks. 

For block booking of 20 or above, please call the ticket 

hotline on 2588 3356. 

HK Stadium, So Kon Po 

Concert "The Last Night of the Proms" 

Conductor: Barry Knight 

Mezza soprano: Delia Jones 

Orchestra: HK Sinfonietta 

Tickets are also available by calling the Booking 

Hotline on 2805 2804. 

Lyric Theatre, HK Academy for Performing Arts, 

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29/6: 11 am -5pm 
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29/6: 5pm - 10:30pm 
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Cantonese Operatic Songs Concert 

Presented by the Kowloon Association Celebration of 

Re-unification of HK with China 

Free admission tickets are available at Ko Shan 

Theatre 

Ko Shan Theatre, To Kwa Wan 

Percussion Concert 

Presented by artists from the United Kingdom and 

Hong Kong 

City Hall Concert Hall, Central 



"Vision" - The Paintings of Dr. Dominic Lam Man Kit 
50/F., HK Exhibition and Convention Centre, Wan Chai 

Photographic Exhibition 

Presented by the C & WD Committee for Celebration 

of Reunification (HK Creart Photographic Association 

Ltd.) 

Charter Garden, Central 

"Technology for Tomorrow" - Hi-Tech Exhibition 
Presented by the HK Science and Technology Sector 
for Celebration of Sovereignty Association (China 
Association for Science and Technology) 
City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong 



Music and dance event "Unity - The Great HK 

Handover Party" 

Tickets are available for sale via: 

• 24-hour hotline service: 1 83 681 8 

• Internet: http://www.sabai.eom/s 

pace 

• Ticket outlets: Works Records in 

Tsim Sha Tsui 

Midnight Express in 

Central and Wan Chai 

Fetish Fashion in 

Central 

HK Records in 

Admiralty 

HK International Trade and Exhibition Centre, 

Kowloon Bay 

Golden Dragon Lighting Ornament Lighting Ceremony 
Piazza Area A, B & D, HK Cultural Centre, 
Tsim Sha Tsui 

Golden Dragon Lighting Ornament 

Along Nathan Road and part of Salisbury Road, 

Tsim Sha Tsui 

"Celebration of Developments in the New Territories 

Carnival" 

Sha Tin Park, Sha Tin 

Entertainment Event 

Presented by the Association for Celebration of 

Reunification of Hong Kong with China in the outlying 

Island 

Mui Wo Stadium, Lantau Island 



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KEY EVENTS MARKING THE HANDOVER 



29/6: 9am - 7pm 
30/6: 9am - 5pm 
Free<£# 



June- July 



Asian Extravaganza (carnival, dancing, mass, concert, 

and religious music contest) 

Presented by the HK Bayanihan Trust, Catholic 

Diocese of HK, Home Affairs Branch and Home Affairs 

Department 

Kowloon Park, Tsim Sha Tsui 

Lighting Up of Hong Kong Harbour 

HK Island 

Prominent waterfront buildings in Central & Western 

District and Wan Chai District 

Kowloon Peninsula 

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Mong Kok District; and waterfront buildings in Tsim Sha 
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HKS100, $170, $260 



26-29/6: 8pm 
28,29/6: 3pm 
HK$75, $100 

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23/6: 7:15pm 

HK$19, $48, $120 



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25/6: 1:20pm- 1:55pm 
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26/6: 7:15pm 
HK$100 



26,30/6, 2,3/7: 9:30pm 
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29/6: 9pm 
HK$280 

27/6: 8:30pm -10pm 
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Drama "The Mad Phoenix" (In Cantonese) 
Presented by the Spring-time Film Productions Ltd. 
Lyric Theatre, HK Academy for Performing Arts, 
Wan Chai 

Drama "Dragon's Legend" (In Cantonese) 

Presented by the Exploration Theatre 

HK Cultural Centre Studio Theatre, Tsim Sha Tsui 



Cantonese Operatic Songs Concert 

Presented by the Buddhist Opera Musical Troupe 

Theatre, Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre, Sai Wan Ho 

Academy Chinese Music Ensemble and Concerto 

Concert 

Presented by Hu Tian-quan (sheng) and Henry Shek 

(conductor) 

Academy Concert Hall, HK Academy for Performing 

Arts, Wan Chai 

Vocal Recital 

Presented by Chow Lap 

St. John's Cathedral, Central 

Chinese Music Concert 

Presented by The Chinese Orchestra of Diocesan 

Girls' School 

Foyer, HK Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui 

Cantonese Operatic Songs Concert 

Presented by Pang Sau Lin 

Theatre, Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre, Sai Wan Ho 

Robert Lucas In Concert 

Tickets are available by calling 2845 8477. 

The Jazz Club & Bar, Central 

DemiSoda On Stage 

Presented by Eugene Pao and his band 

Park outside HK Arts Centre, Wan Chai 






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Dance Performance 

Presented by the HK Dance Co. 

Foyer, HK Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui 



"The Blues" - Photographs by Alfred C.K. Ko 
The Atrium, 3 & 4/F., HKArts Centre, Wan Chai 

"Fine Centuries of Western Art" 
Presented by Vincent Lee Fine Arts 
Atrium, The Landmark, Central 

"Art in Hong Kong" 

"Chinese Antiquities" 

"Chinese Painting and Calligraphy" 

"Historical Pictures" 

"A Selection of Chinese Paintings on Hanging Scrolls 

from the Xubaizhai Collection" 

HK Museum of Art, Tsim Sha Tsui 



"Graduation Exhibition 1997 of the Department of Fine 

Arts, CUHK" 

"Selections from the Art Museum Collection" 

Art Museum, The Chinese University of HK, 

Sha Tin 



An exhibition of photographs, models and audio-visual 

programmes that introduces 10 construction projects 

underway relating to Hong Kong's new international 

airport at Chek Lap Kok 

Airport Core Programme Exhibition Centre, 

Ting Kau 



"Selections from the Museum's Collection" 
University Museum & Art Gallery, 94 Bonham Road 



"Han Architecture" 

"The Han Tomb at Lei Cheng Uk" 

Lei Cheng Uk Branch Museum, Cheung Sha Wan 



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Sheung Yiu Folk Museum, Sai Kung 



"The Story of Hong Kong" 

HK Museum of History, Kowloon Park, 

Tsim Sha Tsui 



"Chinese Ceramics and Seals Donated by the K.S. Lo 

Foundation" 

"Passion for Tea and Tea Vessels" (starts from 24th 

June) 

The K.S. Lo Gallery, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea 

Ware, HK Park, Central (The Flagstaff House Museum 

of Tea Ware is now temporarily closed for large-scale 

maintenance work until 23rd June, 1997. However, the 

K.S. Lo Gallery will continue to open to the public as 

usual.) 

"The History of Sam Tung Uk" 

"Life in a Hakka Village" 

"The Way We Were" - featuring the scenes of a 

traditional Chinese kitchen and a bedroom" 

Sam Tung Uk Museum, Tsuen Wan 

"Law Uk's 18th-century Hakka House" 
"Exhibition on Chinese Folk Woodblock Prints - 
Paper Horses" 
Law Uk Folk Museum, Chai Wan 



Exhibits on Astronomy & Space Science 
Hall of Space Science & Hall of Astronomy, 
HK Space Museum, Tsim Sha Tsui 



"Local Railway History" 

HK Railway Museum, Tai Po 



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Permanent Exhibition of Royal Hong Kong Police Force 
Police Museum, Mid Levels 



An exhibition on the historical development of medical 

science in Hong Kong 

Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences, 

Mid Levels 



"Collection of Chinese Ceramics and Fine Arts" 
The Tsui Museum of Art, Central 



Permanent Science Exhibition 

HK Science Museum, Tsim Sha Tsui East 



An exhibition on the story of horse-racing in Hong Kong 

from its first days in the 1840s to today through eight 

galleries and a showcase cinema 

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"Today Tomorrow Design Exhibition" - Display of 
designs and artwork by the graphic and industrial 
graduates of HK Technical College (Tsing Yi) 
Special Exhibition Hall, HK Science Museum, 
Tsim Sha Tsui 



Cantonese Opera 

Presented by the Golden Bolssom Opera Troupe 

Ko Shan Theatre, To Kwa Wan 



Heritage Tour 



The Land Between Tour 



Sports and Recreation Tour 

23rd-27th: The Hong Kong Golf Club, Fanling 

24th, 27th: The Clearwater Bay Golf and Country 

Club, Sai Kung 
25th,26th: The Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public 

Golf Course, Sai Kung 

Family Insight Tour 



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Sky Show "Dragon in the Sky" 

Omnimax Show "Whales" 

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"Norwegian and Icelandic Film Festival" (In various 

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"The Second China, Taiwan and HK Student Film and 

Video Festival" 

Urn For Yen Film Theatre, HK Arts Centre, Wan Chai 

Saturday Family Delights 

Presented by the Urban Council 

Foyer, HK Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui 



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Handover Regatta 

Organized by The Royal HK Yacht Club 

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clubhouse of Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club) out 

towards Hung Horn and back to the Clubhouse. 

Fireworks Display - A Salute To the Hong Kong 

Handover 

Organized by ING Barings Securities (HK) Ltd. 

Victoria Harbour 

Hong Kong 97 Spectacular (light and sound show 
includes an illuminated flotilla, music, water fountains, 
special effects, lights, lasers and fireworks display) 
Victoria Harbour 

Parade In Celebration of the Return of Hong Kong 

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The national flag of the People's Republic of China and that of the Special Mi 
Region of Hong Kong will be hoisted as ihe clock strikes twelve lo announce the arrival 
of July 1, 1997. This will be remembered as the historic . handover of 

sovereign!) for Hong Kong. Meanwhile the British colonial rulers will make their enil 

as the commonwealth flag is lowered 
lo give way to the dawn of a new era. 

Hong Kong has been conceded to 
Britain for more than 150 years Dunns 

the long years the Chinese people have 

never given up iheir efforts in resuming 

rule uver ihe territory. After the First 

World War. Chinese delegates at ihe 

Pans Conference and ihe Washington Conference repeatedly demanded Ihe reiuni of Hong 

Kong lo China. Although China had emerged as a inumphani nation in the Allied Camp. 

her lack of power and military strength pul her in a vers vulnerable situation in any 

diplomatic dispute wilh the other nations. The British Government bluntly rejected 

China's request on "defense" grounds. In later years during the Pacific War. China became 

an important member of the anti-fascist force This had elevated China's status to be 

amongst the "Big-Four" nations in the international arena Howeve 

resumption of sovereignly over Hong Kong had always been tactfully delayed or ignored 

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.... Administrative Region All these efforts have contributed 

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