The Shaping of Hong Kong Coastline and Secret Lives of Marine Fauna
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Subvented by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, Hong Kong Maritime Museum is organizing two public talks and two eco tours in this summer to raise public awareness on Hong Kong marine habitat and biodiversity.

Public Talks

Date: 29 Aug 2021 (Sunday)

Language: Cantonese

Venue: G/F Education Room, Hong Kong Maritime Museum (Hybrid: Streaming via Zoom)

Venue Capacity: 40 pax each (First comes first serves basis)

 

 

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Public Talk #1

Hong Kong Fisheries Now and Then – The Demise of Yellow Croaker

Date: 29 Aug 2021 (Sunday)


Speaker: Mr. TAM K.L, Scholar in Maritime History

Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

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Date: 29 Aug 2021 (Sunday)


Speaker: Ms Joe Cheung, Marine Science Programme Coordinator, HKMM

Time: 4:30pm – 6:30pm

Public Talk #2

Hong Kong Mudflat Ecology – Our blue-blood living fossil

Eco Tours

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Eco Tour #1

Looking for blue-blood living fossil

Date: 4 September, 2021 (Saturday)

Location: Pak Nai, Yuen Long

Gathering and Dismission point: Central Pier 8

Time: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Capacity: 20

FULL
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Eco Tour #2

Ma Shi Chau Geology Trip

Date: 18 September, 2021 (Saturday)

Location: Ma Shi Chau

Gathering and Dismission point: Central Pier 8

Time: 1:30pm – 6:30pm

Capacity: 20

FULL

This program is subvented by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department.

All photos courtesy of Joe Cheung.

For more information
Email: joecheung@hkmaritimemuseum.org
Phone: 3713 2509

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