Part One: Reference Books
Chinese Reference Books
1. Cheung Chau Street Committee, .2004 Cheung Chau Bun Festival,・ Hong Kong: Cheung Chau Street Committee, 2004.
2. David Faure, .A Collection of Chinese Inscriptions in Hong Kong,・ Vol. 1-3, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Museum of History,
3. Fung, Chi-ming, .Yuen Long Historical Relics and Monuments,・ Hong Kong: Yuen Long District Board, 1996.
4. Information Service Department, .Rural Architecture in Hong Kong,・ Hong Kong: Silver Offset Printing Co., 1979.
5. Kwan, Chow-li, .2004 Ha Tsuen Tai Ping Ching Chiu,・ Hong Kong: Ha Tsuen Tai Ping Ching Chiu Committee, 2004.
6. Lau, Yuen-wo, .A Brief History of the New Territories,・ Hong Kong: Joint Publishing(HK)Co. Ltd., 1999.
7. Leung, Ping-wa, .Heritage of the Central and Western District,・ Hong Kong: Central and Western Provisional District Board, 1999.
8. Liang, Shicheng, .Pictorial History of Chinese Architecture,・ Hong Kong: Joint Publication Ltd., 2002.
9. Lou, Qingxi, .Architecture of Ancient China,・ Beijing: Joint Publishing Co. Ltd., 2002.
10. Ma, Muchi, .Sai Kung Heritage,・ Hong Kong: Sai Kung District Board, 2003.
11. Ma, Su-mei, .Decorations and Ornaments of Roofs in Hong Kong,・ Hong Kong: Joint Publication, 2002.
12. North District Board, .Heritage and Customs in North District,・ Hong Kong: North District Board, 1994.
13. Siu, Kwok-kin, .Five Major Clans in Hong Kong,・ Hong Kong: Modern Education Research Ltd., 1999.
14. Siu, Kwok-kin, .Heritage Trails in Urban Hong Kong,・ Hong Kong: Man Lee Publishing Co., 2001.
15. Tuen Mun District Board, .Tuen Mum Heritage,・ Hong Kong: Tuen Mum District Board, 2003.
16. Xu, Zhen-bamg, .Historical Places in Hong Kong,・ Hong Kong: A'tang Book Store, 2004.
17. Zhang, Zhiyi, .A Pictorial History of Hong Kong,・ Hong Kong: King Yu Publishing Ltd., 2002.
English Reference Book
1. Lim, Patrick, :Discovering Hong Kong's Cultural Heritage in the New Territories;, Hong Kong: Oxford University Press (China) Ltd.,2002.
Part Two: On-line Resources
1. Cheung Chau Bun Festival. (2000). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Chinese History Education Society Web site: http://www.ches.org.hk/site1/report11.html.
2. Chinese Architecture. (2003). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Chinese Civilization Web site: http://www.chiculture.net/php/frame.php?id=/cnsweb/html/0514.
3. Festivals in Hong Kong. (1998). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Chinese Civilization Centre Web site: http://www.cciv.cityu.edu.hk/cciv.php.
4. Heritage in Hong Kong. (2004). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Hong Kong Tourism Board Web site: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/taiwan/heritage/index.jhtml.
5. Hong Kong Temples. (2002). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Fushantang Web site: http://www.fushantang.com/1005/e1000.html.
6. Kim Tin Country Club. (n.d.). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Kim Tin Heritage Web site: http://www.kamtincountryclub.com/sightseeing.htm.
7. King Law Ka Shuk Ancestral Hall. (n.d.). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from The History Resource Page Web site: http://www.fed.cuhk.edu.hk/history/history/Shuk-final.PDF.
8. Law Uk Folk Museum. (2004). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Hong Kong Museum of History Web site:
http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/CE/Museum/History/b5/luf_exhibition.php.
9. Sam Tung Uk Museum. (2004). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Hong Kong Heritage Museum Web site: http://www.heritagemuseum.gov.hk/.
10. The Athens Charter for the restoration of historic monuments. (1994). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from International Council on Monuments and Sites Web site: http://www.icomos.org/athens_charter.html.
11. The Burra Charter (The Australia ICOMOS charter for places of cultural significance)r . (1994). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from International Council on Monuments and Sites Web site: http://www.marquis-kyle.com.au/burra99.htm.
12. The Venice Charter. (1994). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from International Council on Monuments and Sites Web site: http://www.icomos.org/venice_charter.html.
13. Yuen Long Link. (n.d.). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Kam Tin Heritage Web site: http://www.yl.hk/kamtin/.
14. (2005). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Antiquities and Monuments Office Web site: http://www.amo.gov.hk/b5/index.php.
15. (2002). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Ping Shan Heritage Trail Web site: http://www.pingshan.com/.
16. (n.d.). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Lung Yek Tau Heritage Trail Web site: http://www.bighongkong.com/bhk-photo/lungyeuktauheritagetrail/.
17. (n.d.). Retrieved Mar. 13, 2005, from Hong Kong Tour Web site: http://203.160.67.4:8081/solotour/travel_index.php?type=view&lang=big5.
Part ThreeGChinese Journals
1. Lam-mu, Lim. "Chinese Ancient Buildings." Language Education Journal 5 2005: 36-38.
2. Tai-choi, Wong. "History of the Tang clan in Kam Tin(1)Language Education Journal 10 2004: 17-23.
3. Tai-choi, Wong. "History of the Tang clan in Kam Tin(2)." Language Education Journal 12 2004: 40-47.
4. Tai-choi, Wong. "History of the Tang clan in Kam Tin(3)." Language Education Journal 2 2005: 60-67.
5. Zhen-bong, Tsui. "Discovering Ping Shan Heritage." Language Education Journal 10 2004: 66-67.
Part Four: Interviews
1. Mr. Cheung, temple attendant of Hung Shing Temple, Wanchai. Personal Interview.
19 Dec, 2004.
2. Professor KornbergAtourist. Personal Interview. 19 Dec, 2004.
3. Mr.SawterAtourist. Personal Interview. 19 Dec, 2004.
4. Mrs. Sit, local resident. Personal Interview. 19 Dec, 2004.
5. Miss Ho-yan P ang, a Form 7 student of Po Kok Secondary School,
indigenous inhabitant of Fanling Wai. Personal Interview. 27 Dec, 2004.
6. Mr. Kwok-wai Kwong, Member of Island District Council. Personal Interview.
30 Dec, 2004.
7. Mr. Wong, staff of Kuan Yin Temple, Cheung Chau. Personal Interview. 30 Dec, 2004.
8. Miss Angela Siu, Assistant Curator I ( Rural Architecture), Antiquities and Monuments Office. Personal Interview. 30 Dec, 2004.
9. Dr. Chi-kin Au, College Lecturer, Hong Kong Community College, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Personal Interview. 13 Jan, 2005.
10. Dr. Kwok-kin Siu, Professor, Department of Chinese Literature, Chu Hai College. Personal Interview. 15 Jan, 2005.
11. Dr. Joseph S. P Ting, Chief Curator, Hong Kong Museum of History. Personal Interview. 18 Jan, 2005.
Part Five: CD-Roms(Chinese)
1. Education Department (2002). Walled villages in hong kong. In [CD-ROM].
Hong Kong: Education Department.
2. The Open University of Hong Kong (2000). History of Hong Kong 1842-1997.
In [CD-ROM]. Hong Kong: The Open University of Hong Kong.