Muse Salon Vol.02——City Save As: How might we document our community?

Muse Salon Vol.02——City Save As: How might we document our community?


As the city continues to evolve, recent redevelopment plans for Tai Hang Sai Estate and Mong Kok Flower Market have sparked a vital question: How might we preserve the distinctive lifestyles and social connections that thrive within old neighborhoods?


Two Micro-changemakers with their own unique and fascinating methods of capturing the city’s essence, are invited to share their insights and experiences with us.


There’s no cost to join in, but space is limited – make sure you’re there by filling in the form to secure your registration. See you there!


‘Muse Salon Vol.02——City Save As: How might we document our community?’
Date: 28th April 2024 (Sunday)
Time: 2:30 – 4:30 pm
Venue: The Future Workshop @ 1303 Charm Centre, 700 Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok


Unusual Share|Micro-changemakers will share their thoughts and stories with you.
Unusual Collage|Identify the community elements you care about most in the photos of the old neighbourhood.
Unusual Dialogues|Think about actions we can take after recording and conserving the community’s essence.



  • Emily – Public Space Enthusiast
    As a urban studies graduate and a public space enthusiast, Emily is fascinated by the organic order in the old neighbourhoods, particularly the blurring boundaries between private and public spaces in places like the Flower Market, where she started her observation and documentation to explore the place.
  • Peter – Founder of WAVINCITY
    ‘Not Just Waste Village’ initiative has redefined community engagement and environmental stewardship. The collective effort of community members shows that Tai Po is a vibrant eco-community, step forward to be a “zero-waste village.” This initiative stands as a testament to the power of community solidarity, turning an ordinary village into a beacon of hope and creativity.


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