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Dr Sun Yat-sen studied in the Government Central School. It is the first government secondary school providing Western education in Hong Kong.
The Government Central School was founded in 1862 as the first government secondary school providing a Western education in Hong Kong, and it produced many bilingual members of the territory’s elite who were enlightened by modern knowledge and held both Chinese and Western perspectives. Dr Sun Yat-sen enrolled in the upper classes of the school on 15 April 1884 and graduated in 1886.
This is a re-created doorway which was vanished long ago, through which led to the horizons of western civilisation, education, history and knowledge.
Steven Chu, architect. He received his Master of Architecture from the University of Hong Kong in 1997, and is the co-founder of Meta4 Design Forum Ltd. In 2000, he won the First Prize of the architectural design competition for the Centre for Youth Development, and since then, devoted to the planning, design and implementation of local arts and cultural architecture, including the Youth Square, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) & the Jao Tsung-I Academy (JITA), etc.