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Green Hong Kong Photography Exhibition
Wed 21st - Tue 27th June 2000, Suntec City, Singapore

"Environmental protection & conservation: perspectives from Hong Kong and Singapore"

Saturday, 24th June 2000, Suntec City, Singapore

 

Organisers
Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office
Hong Kong Conservation Photography Foundation
Hong Kong Tourist Association
Nature Society (Singapore)

Free admission


Do you know...

40% of Hong Kong's entire land area has been set aside for conservation, recreation and tourism in 23 country and marine parks?

Hong Kong's rich and diverse ecology includes:
* More than 260 offshore islands
* 2,000 native plants
* 22 native bats, the largest group of mammals in Hong Kong
* 1000 species of fish recorded from Hong Kong's waters
* 22 species of toads and frogs
* Over 440 species of wild birds
* 107 species of dragonflies
* 225 local species of butterflies

 


Green Hong Kong
Photography Exhibition

21st - 27th June 2000:
10am - 7pm

Main Entrance Lobby,
Singapore International Convention
and Exhibition Centre,
1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City

"Environmental Protection and Conservation: Perspectives from Hong Kong and Singapore"

Saturday, 24th June 2000:
2.30 pm &endash; 5.15 pm

Meeting Room 303 - 304,
Singapore International Convention
and Exhibition Centre
1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City

You'll get a rare chance to see the side of Hong Kong few have ever seen.

A photographic exposé highlighting the natural beauty of Hong Kong, the Green Hong Kong Photography Exhibition will feature the spectacular landscapes, diverse wildlife and conservation projects in Hong Kong, all brilliantly captured by the award-winning writer and photographer Edward Stokes.

About the Photographer
An award-winning writer and photographer, Edward Stokes is also a passionate conservationist, having founded the Hong Kong Conservation Photography Foundation to promote public awareness of conservation and heritage issues.

His work has received numerous grants and awards and his photo features have been published in numerous magazines. One of his most highly acclaimed books - Hong Kong's Wild Places - is considered the definitive environmental history of Hong Kong.

Speakers:
Mr Clement Cheung,
Director, Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office

Mr Edward Stokes,
Founder and photographer,
Hong Kong Conservation Photography Foundation

Mr Lim Kim Seng,
Nature Society (Singapore)

Dr Ho Hua Chew,
Local Conservationist


Programme

2.30 pm

Arrival of guests

2.35 -
2.45 pm

Mr. Clement Cheung,
gives opening remarks

2.45 -
3.15 pm

Slide presentation
by Mr. Edward Stokes,

3.15 -
3.30 pm

Q&A session

3.30 -
4.00 pm

Tea break

4.00 -
4.30 pm

Slide presentation
by Mr. Lim Kim Seng

4.30 -
4.45 pm

Q&A session

4.45 -
5.15 pm

Conclusion by
Dr. Ho Hua Chew

 

Source: Thanks to Daniel Goh (Jalan Hijau, NSS) & Andrew Tay, Nature Society (Singapore)