In 2012, a collaborative agreement was signed between the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the HKSAR Government and the Palace Museum.Since then, large-scale exhibitions have been organised by LCSD museums in collaboration with the Palace Museum every year.In addition to the two thematic exhibition galleries, a gallery will be dedicated to feature collections from Hong Kong collectors.A wholly-owned subsidiary company under the WKCDA is to be set up to oversee the construction, management and day-to-day operation of the museum.Expand your connection with the USA singles near you, explore your future date who has common interest and hobby by simply make use of our advanced dating profiles search service.Moreover, you can constantly monitor who's been checking out your profile and see who is interested in you.The Palace Museum will provide, on a long-term loan basis, collections for display in the Hong Kong Palace Museum and provide expert advice and assistance on museum design or curatorial matters where necessary.It will not be involved in the daily management of the museum The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has agreed to donate HK.5 billion to fund the capital cost of the project, covering design, construction and exhibition development cost.
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The museum will have a site footprint of around 10,000 square metres and an approximate construction floor area of 30,500 square metres.
Major facilities will include exhibition galleries, activity rooms, a lecture theatre, souvenir shop and restaurant.
The Tseung Kwan O Heritage Hiking Trail will be connected with Section 3 of the Wilson Trail, the historical Mau Wu Shan Observation Post and the newly converted Heritage Information Centre, In response to the needs of the community and for the convenience of hikers, a permanent public toilet will be constructed at Duckling Hill, a popular hiking spot in Tseung Kwan O.
Hong Kong Palace Museum is to be developed in the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) in collaboration with the Palace Museum in Beijing.