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Asia Society Hong Kong Center

As an affiliate of the Asia Society global network with 12 centers, Asia Society Hong Kong Center (ASHK) was established in 1990 by a group of Hong Kong community leaders, led by the late Sir Q.W. Lee, the honorary chairman of Hang Seng Bank.

In February 2012, the Hong Kong Center established its new home in Admiralty at the former Explosives Magazine of the old Victoria Barracks. Steeped in history, cultural significance and natural beauty, the 1.3 hectares site, which houses a group of four former British military buildings, was originally built by the British Army in the mid-19th century for explosives and ammunition production and storage. Through careful conservation, restoration and adaptive re-use, the site was successfully transformed into a cultural, artistic and intellectual hub in Hong Kong in 2012, and offers a broad variety of programs in the form of lectures, performances, film screenings and exhibitions to the community. ASHK was established entirely with local funding and is supported through membership dues, fundraising events and contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations that work together to support and advance its mission.

11:00am – 6:00pm (TUES - SUN)
Last Thursday of the month (during exhibition period):
Closed on MON
Asia Society Hong Kong Center 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong
(852) 2103 9511

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