From the English and Cantonese Wikipedia pages.

The Hong Kong Public Records Building (Chinese: 香港歷史檔案大樓) is an office preserving records of the Hong Kong Government by the Government Records Service. The Hong Kong Historical Archives, which was administered by the Department , was established in 1972 as a designated government archive to collect and identify files and information of retained value and open them to the public. The building is located in Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It was opened in 1997.

It is the first purpose-built archival facility in Hong Kong. It has public areas including a large working reference room, an exhibition hall and a search room equipped with computers for access to the extensive archival collection.

Successive headsEdit

  • Bai Zhuoshan (1989 -?)
  • Zhu Fuqiang ( Director , 1999-2007)
  • Zhou Zhongxian (2008-2013)
  • Du Shixiong (2013-2015)
  • Lao Shaoan ( 2015— )

The English language version of the website is [1]

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