Hong Kong Housing Authority and Housing Department

Video Archive

Video Archive
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Corporate Videos

Various videos introducing the work of the Housing Authority.

 

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“Making Precious Memories - Life in Public Housing” Short Video Contest

The “Making Precious Memories - Life in Public Housing” Short Video Contest offered public housing residents the opportunity to share their fond memories and harmonious relationships with those living in public housing through videos. The contest is classified into two categories, namely “Open” and “Secondary School”. Judging panel selected the winners based on content, creativity, impact and audio-visual effects of the entrants.

 

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Converging Paths at Public Housing Estates

The history of Hong Kong’s public housing and of life in public housing estates is here portrayed through the eyes of residents, commercial tenants, Housing Authority members, Housing Department staff, non-governmental organisations and building contractors.

 

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Housing Channel

A selection of short videos introducing the latest policies and initiatives of the Housing Authority and Housing Department. (This section contains only videos with English subtitles, more videos are available in the Chinese version.)

 

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Community Impressions

A series of eight videos in which various public housing tenants share with us their feelings, experiences and anecdotes of life in public housing estates.

Synopses and broadcast schedule of the "Community Impressions" videos (PDF format)

 

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Historic Estates and Buildings

Videos on Lower Ngau Tau Kok Estate, So Uk Estate, Shek Kip Mei Estate, North Point Estate and Murray House.

 

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Public Housing Development in Hong Kong

A series of videos tracing public housing developments in the past few decades.

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