• HKICON

Letter to President and Vice-Chancellor of The University of Hong Kong

Allegations of lack of transparency and proper consultation in the curriculum review process of the part of the Faculty of Architecture, HKU

The general public have expressed their concern about our built heritage in Hong Kong but the succession in architectural conservation is at stake. HKICON is not only concerned about the change to the curriculum of a lauded programme but also the public perception of the programme being moved to a department seldom associated with built heritage.