BY SECONDARY FIVE STUDENT (中五學生)
實是給您最多的至親，他叫 － ┌家人┘。
金色 BY PRIMARY FIVE STUDENT (小五學生)
BY Secondary Seven Student (This wins the top 50 in a writing
competition that wins an exchange trip)
Public access = heritage assets.
When I was three, my mother brought me to the Queen’s Pier. I was sitting in the baby car and watching the ferries and trees near. A beautiful sea view was here. At night, I looked up. Stars were sparkling and shimmering, wind was blowing and clouds were floating. This adorable and admirable place made me grin. Since then, my mother called me Queenie and I thought that Queen’s Pier was a present to me. My mother promised me that she would bring me here when I grow up. Now, I am eighteen. Queen’s Pier is disappeared and I am disappointed. I went there again but that little promise was put into an end. I looked down, seeing the water floats and then my dream grows. Heritage preservation becomes my dream to follow.
Ring the bell, it’s time to tell.
I think therefore I am. We are not the followers. We are the leaders, the future leaders and the future generations, who treasure and cherish our bright and brilliant future. David Lung, the Vice President of the China chapter of the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) said “Development may be the pumping heart of a city but heritage will always remain its soul.” One of the oldest graffiti artists in the world Tsang Tsou Choi, has been writing on the streets of Kowloon since he was 35 (in 1955). “The King of Kowloon” inherently and intrinsically shaped our property. This old man has strove and struggled for his life, walking with crutches and safeguarding his art work with his life-long path. Be the hero, be the role model. Heritage preservation is an antidote. We think therefore we are.
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The road of heritage preservation ahead is long, but it will never be wrong. The outlooks of the buildings are tangible and the intrinsic heritage values are intangible. The archaeological and ancestral halls in the New Territories and the traditional Wong Tai Sin Temple can and will be the tourist attractions for sightseeing in the long run. “Historical perspective is the first priority of a regional and cultural development.” said by Mr Bernard Charnwut Chan, the Chairperson of the Council for Sustainable Development. Heritage preservation should go for a long way and still has a long way to go. Although the road ahead is long, we still have to walk along.
Effective measure = PRESERVE.
No more Queen’s Pier, but everything still remains here. Now, I am eighteen. Walking along the spectacular sea view and looking up to the sky, stars are still gleaming and glittering with glee and gaiety, wind is still blowing and clouds are still floating. They are all smiling with hope and love. And I looked down, water floats and my dream shows. I believed that I will be the queen of my noble dream.
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