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Hong Kong History

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My tutor Karen took us to the History Museum for part of school today.
It was the perfect place to do research for my project.
We took the city bus for the first time. It was easy.
There were so many kids from different schools having field trips. American International School kids, Australian International school kids and regular school kids. They all have to wear uniforms.
I loved the museum. It had the best displays and rooms. Basically it started at rock formation and went thru ancient culture to British and Japanese times, opium wars, to modern times.
There were boats you could get on, banks you could go into, tea houses, and a trolley.
It was the best. I really liked it.

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One response to “Hong Kong History

  1. April

    Dang, that museum is ONE in a million! Seriously everything seems beyond human scale while still being accessible, its kind of a dream come true. I looked at the museum’s website and saw how they have you actually experience installations from the past, so cool, definitely shocked at the scope they have managed to share. Would have loved to see the Japanese Occupation short film!

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