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雷生春堂中醫養生文化節 Lui Seng Chun Chinese Medicine Festival

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DEPARTMENT : 中醫藥學院

PRODUCER : 徐大基博士
PROJECT YEAR : 2012
LENGTH : 6 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : The Lui Seng Chun building, located at the junction of Lai Chi Kok Road and Tong Mi Road, is one of the few standing four-storey shophouses built in the 1930s and it bears the distinctive architectural characteristics of a pre-war verandah-type "Tong-lau" (Chinese tenement). Together with the stone plaques displaying the name of the old shop installed at the top of the building, Lui Seng Chun is an elegant structure imbued with history and memories.

In 2009, Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) was selected to undertake the Lui Seng Chun project under the Revitalising Historic Buildings through Partnership Scheme initiated by the Development Bureau of the HKSAR government. While conserving the heritage and architectural merits of Lui Seng Chun, the clinic provides comprehensive Chinese medicine and healthcare services to the community, enhance public knowledge of Chinese medicine and help to train professionals in the field.

In order to convey Chinese medicine knowledge to the community, this scheme had collaborated with the external cooperative partners, Senior Citizen Home Safety Association (長者安居服務協會) founded by a group of passionate individuals in 1996, and Yau Tsim Mong District Council, which joined hands and promoted Chinese Medicine healthy message to Yau Tsim Mong District citizens.  
LINK : http://scm.hkbu.edu.hk/lsc/en/
http://kto.hkbu.edu.hk/eng/project-showcase.php



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