|13 February 2016
HKCF members and staff attended the spring banquet at Lai Chi Wo to celebrate Chinese New Year with the villagers of Hing Chun Yeuk.
|29 January 2016
“Sustainable Lai Chi Wo” Project partners joined the launching ceremony of “kaito” (scheduled ferry) between Ma Liu Shui and Lai Chi Wo. HKCF Adviser Lam Chiu Ying served as one of the officiating guests.
|23 January 2016
Representatives of CLP Ms. Quince Chong (Chief Corporate Development Officer), Mr. LM Chow (Senior Director – Marketing and Customer Services), Mr. Julian Lam (Director – Corporate and Community Relations), Ms. Shirley Lung (Deputy Director – External Relations and Communications), Mr. Simon Lam (Deputy Director (Business Marketing and Development), Mr. Houston Sin (Account Manager), Ms. Annissa Cheng (Public Affairs Manager) and Mr. Chris Lam (Assistant Public Affairs Manager) visited Lai Chi Wo to assess the emerging needs of the community there, in view of the ongoing village-revitalization project. The potential for solar energy was also explored.
中電代表Ms. Quince Chong , Mr. LM Chow, Mr. Julian Lam, Ms. Shirley Lung, Mr. Simon Lam, Ms. Annissa Cheng and Mr. Chris Lam 到訪茘枝窩，評估永續荔枝窩計劃執行後，本村的未來用電需求情況，又順道探討太陽能的可能應用。
27 November 2015
Lam Chiu Ying gave a presentation on the agriculture-led “Sustainable Lai Chi Wo” Project at an experience-sharing forum among farmers and farming groups, conducted at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Questions about the Project were answered.
14-15 November 2015
Second harvest of the year at Lai Chi Wo.
11 November 2015
The Annual General Meeting was held.
|19 September 2015
The main beam setting ritual was conducted at the education centre of the “Sustainable Lai Chi Wo” Project on a site leased by the Foundation. The Centre for Architectural Heritage Research of the Chinese University of Hong Kong assisted in the planning and supervision of the restoration work. Traditional features of village buildings were preserved.
|19 July 2015
First paddy harvest of the year at Lai Chi Wo.
|11 July 2015
Chairman Lam Chiu-ying and Director Ng Cho-nam paid a scouting visit to So Lo Pun at the invitation of its village representative. Views about the possibility of village revitalization was exchanged.
Rehabilitation of the fields south-east of Lai Chi Wo village commenced. Tree and ecological surveys had been conducted by the School of Biological Sciences of