The Happy Poor Guys Exhibition

JCNAP collaborates with Urban Renewal Authority to organize The Happy Poor Guys Exhibitions, which will showcase the behind-the-scene production process, as well as to share the recordings made during chat-chit sessions with elderly about their “Tai Tat Tei” days.  General public are welcome to visit the Exhibition at H6 CONET and 618 Shanghai Street. Admission is free.

The Happy Poor Guys Exhibition Schedule:

Date: 2-14 December
Venue:H6 CONET (The Center Ground Floor)

Date: Mid-January – Mid-February
Venue:618 Shanghai Street (Ground Floor)

Free admission, no registration required.

街坊有嘢講 (Audio recording only available in Cantonese)

明哥話過你知有關奶茶嘅故仔

阿娟話過你知有關車衣嘅故仔

超哥話過你知有關代客寫信嘅故仔

鍾叮噹話過你知有關賣唱嘅故仔

譚伯話過你知有關補鞋嘅故仔

Edmond話過你知有關士多嘅故仔

Sunny話過你知有關相士嘅故仔

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