Visit two of the most important battle sites of the Second World War in Hong Kong under the direction of the College historian Dr. David Macri. Learn about one of the more difficult periods in Hong Kong’s history during the twentieth century. Join us as we walk the ground where the war in China became the Pacific War in December 1941.
18 April 2014
Meet in front of China Travel Service
Wanchai Branch (near Southorn
Playground 灣仔修頓球場) at 8:45 A.M.
Visit with bus service:
1) Wong Nai Chong Gap
2) Stanley War Memorial
AA Member, Spouse or children: HKD50/person
Non-member (Guest): HKD100/person
Deadline for enrollment:
11 April 2014
Tour Leader: Dr. David Macri
After concluding at the Stanley War Memorial (around 1:00 to 1:30 p.m.) you may continue on your own in Stanley for the remainder of the day. Proper hiking footwear and water are a must.
The tour is open to all St. John’s College Alumni, families and guests. The maximum number of participants is 40. In the event of severe weather conditions the tour will be rescheduled for Sunday 4 May 2014.
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