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Fri, 18 Mar


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“Hundred Species of Island Creatures” Sharing


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“Hundred Species of Island Creatures” Sharing
“Hundred Species of Island Creatures” Sharing

Time & Location

18 Mar 2022, 20:00 – 21:30 GMT+8

Zoom Meeting

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“Hundred Species of Island Creatures” Sharing


During her stay, our artist-in-residence Peggy Chan set up “The Hundred Species Experimental Studio”, collecting memories and fancies of the local community about the ecology on Lamma.

In this sharing session, Peggy will team up with islander Mr Tam and ecologist Johnson Chung to explore the biodiversity of lamma island through the lens of daily life and memory.

Date:18/3/2022 (Fri)

Time:20:00 - 21:30


Age:6 yrs old or above



*Free admission


About the Artist:


Peggy Chan


Chan received her Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) degree from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University. Her works usually originate from her everyday experience and imagination, attempting to explore the triangular relationship between the individual, the city and nature. Cyanotype, a traditional photographic printing process, has been Chan's favourite medium in her recent works. Highly relied on sunlight and time in the creation process, her cyanotype works evoke the uncertainty of nature, signifying how our lives flow along with the ever-changing environment.


Guest Speakers:


Mr Tam Kam-tim


Born and raised in Lamma Island Sok Kwu Wan, knowledgeable about the island’s ecology. Tam is actively engaged in the community, organizing Tin Hau Festival, dragon boat races and other events in South Lamma.


Mr Chung Chun-kit, Johnson


Johnson worked in Hong Kong Bird Watching Society, with great experience of planning and implementing ecological education programs. Besides actively promoting bird watching events, he also has great interest in habitat conservation. In recent years, he has actively participated in fish ponds conservation.

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