Taste of Shandong

Café Good Day

Tai Kwun Spring Banquet

Let's Do Lunch

Let’s Do Lunch Guided Tours

Drinks on Tai Kwun

Taste of Chiu Chow

Taste of Shandong

Let's Party

Date & Time

11 Jan 2020 12pm–2pm


A Hall Studio at Block 11




Community Partner
The Conservancy Association Centre for Heritage

During the colonial times, the Hong Kong Police Force was ethnically diverse, formed by Europeans, Indians, local Chinese and the immigrants from Weihaiwei, Shandong. Since 1923, Weihaiwei was leased to the United Kingdom. As they did not speak Cantonese, the Weihaiwei-originated police officers formed a separate group.

Not accustomed to local food, they spent a part of their salaries to hire Shandong cooks to take care of their daily meals, so they could reminisce about home through familiar noodles, dumplings, da bao (large buns) and various leek dishes.

Retired Weihaiwei police officer Charles Ng will be in dialogue with Professor Lau Chi Pang, Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Built Heritage Conservation, discussing the lunch of Weihaiwei police officers at the Central Police Station in the old days.

All participants will enjoy an authentic Shandong lunch set.

Please register and pay on art-mate.net

*Participants must be 12 years old or above.

  1. By application for and/or participation in the activity, you are deemed to have read and agreed with these terms and conditions.
  2. Successful applicants will receive a confirmation email. Please present the email for admission on the date of visit.
  3. The activity will be cancelled if the Typhoon Signal No.3 or above is hoisted or the Red Rainstorm Signal or above is issued within 3 hours before the activity begins.
  4. Activities are subject to change without prior notice. Tai Kwun reserves the right to make the final decision regarding the arrangements.
  5. According to the Bye-laws, all persons who enter Tai Kwun will be deemed to have granted its approval to Tai Kwun undertaking the following activities without making any payment or notification to any such persons:
    a) taking photographs, making a video or cinematograph recording and/or using any sound or image recording equipment at any place within Tai Kwun; and
    b) reproducing the image and/or voice of any person who enters Tai Kwun and using the same for any purposes as Tai Kwun shall think fit.