This exhibition is part of the ‘Mapping my Neighborhood Community Project’ organized by HKICON and iDiscover app and supported by the Built Heritage Conservation Fund of the Hong Kong Development Bureau. Engaging local students, professionals and communities, the project began with culture mapping workshop of the two designated neighborhood, North Point and Yau Ma Tei.
The exhibition is divided into two parts; the actual exhibition take place at PMQ, displaying all the workshop outcomes of the two neighborhoods for a month; and the Illustration by Waiwai, exhibition banner created by me roving exhibition takes place along the culture mapping routes of the two
neighborhoods, where participating shops hang up the pop-up panels with their interviews on and help to distribute the map to the public.
As the Project Officer, Hong was liaising with the shop vendors, carry out interviews, provide design aid and media materials, as well as installation of the physical exhibition.
Roving panels design.
Exhibition at PMQ.
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