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Echoes Of The Past

Tells the history of floating villages and the decline of fishing industry in Hong Kong.

Echoes Of The Past

Tells the history of Chinese medicine business in Hong Kong and its heyday after the World War II. Many famous brands of Chinese medicine have been developed over the years.

Echoes Of The Past

Traces the origins and development of qipao (or cheongsam) as a traditional female gown in Hong Kong.

Echoes Of The Past

Looks at the evolution of marriage rituals in Hong Kong. The traditional matrimonial ceremonies are illustrated by three indigenous tribes.

Echoes Of The Past

Traces the development of "yum cha" (tea-drinking) culture in Hong Kong which dates back to the late Qing dynasty with the opening of the first restaurant in Wellington Street and becomes

Echoes Of The Past

Traces the development of the comic industry in Hong Kong and China. A local comic writer, Yeung Wai-bong talks about the close relationship between the comic genres and politics.

Echoes Of The Past

Traces the development of martial arts in Hong Kong since the last century. With the political instability in the late Qing dynasty in mainland, renowned martial arts masters come to Hong Kong.

Echoes Of The Past

Reviews some of the history of Hong Kong, which has long been an immigrant city.

Echoes Of The Past

Reviews the history of Cantonese operas and how they have been gradually been replaced by Cantonese popular songs as Hong Kong's main form of entertainment.

Echoes Of The Past

Shows the history of football in Hong Kong. Football was introduced by the British when Hong Kong first became open to the world. In 1904, the first Chinese football team came into existence.

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