Over 20 residents from Residential Colleges went for a guided tour at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center on April 13th, 2013.
The Centre is a combination of modern architectural design with careful conservation and innovation efforts. The students started from the modern entrance, and then went up to the roof garden, enjoying art pieces and installations along the way.
Passing across a zigzag bridge specifically designed for preserving the habitat of fruit bats in the area, the students arrived at the historical part of the site, where former Explosives Magazine Compound built by the British Army in the mid-19th century have been turned into art spaces like theatres, galleries, etc.
The visit was initiated and organized by Block A.