Truly surprised that we ended up spending a whole afternoon and evening at this place. There is so much history in this place and really glad to learn about Mr Jao Tsung-i, who has contributed so much to the preservation of the Chinese culture and lends his support to the creation of the conservation project in Hong Kong. The exhibits are done really well, the narratives not too long. The photos exhibition through the 100 plus years HK history is done well too. We were late to arrive at the Chinese music instruments and Chinese tea appreciation soiree and only caught the ending but interested enough by what we heard of the last 3 minutes of their performance that will be going back. To cap off a very nice afternoon, we ate at the Gingko House restaurant and was so amazed at the setting, again like the whole place, able to surprise with its warmth and friendly service, incidentally they have a policy of hiring only senior citizens and they have music to entertain the diners. Last thing to expect in a restaurant in HK.
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