Street, Yangon, Myanmar[16°77'68.99"N 96°15'32.02"E]
"Keeping heritage alive for a vibrant and viable urban future"

Educational Toolkits & Trajectories

Heritage Sites Profiled
Stories Shared
Heritage Precincts Mapped
Civil Society Co-creators

MAPPING MY NEIGHBOURHOOD

North Point & Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong, 2019

  • Client: Development Bureau
  • Partner: The Hong Kong Institute of Architectural Conservationists
  • Project: Facilitate three weekend cultural mapping workshops for secondary school students to identify and document tangible and intangible heritage in two neighbourhoods in Hong Kong
  • Result: One-month pop-up exhibition of neighbourhood stories in the form of photographs, illustrations, maps and video clips at PMQ, a leading cultural venue in Hong Kong

MAD ACCUMULATOR SCHEME MENTORSHIP

Hong Kong, 2018

  • Client: Make a Difference
  • Project: 6-month mentorship of a student start-up in development of responsible community-based tourism product for the SE Asian market
  • Result: An illustrated map with 46 stories of DVRC

DISCOVER DVRC

Hong Kong, 2017

  • Client: Walk DVRC
  • Partner: Shue Yan University
  • Project: 2-weekend extracurricular module to guide 20 university students in their journey to map 40 traditional businesses in the central part of Hong Kong’s CBD
  • Result: Illustrated map with 40 stories of DVRC Central

MAPPING ALONG THE CIRCULAR RAILWAY LINE

Yangon, Myanmar, 2017

  • Partner: The Pre-collegiate Program of Yangon
  • Project: 2-week extracurricular module to guide 20 PCP students in identifying and documenting tangible and intangible heritage in six neighbourhoods along the circular railway line in Yangon (Hledan, Insein, Alhone, Kyeemindaing, Mahlwagone, Tadagale)
  • Result: iDiscover Yangon Circular Railway smartphone application and illustrated map

CULTURAL MAPPING FIELD SCHOOL IN BALI

Bali, Indonesia, 2016

  • Partners: BPPI Indonesian Heritage Trust / Bali Kuna / Design School Kyoto University
  • Project: 1-week summer field school to facilitate curative process for a selected group of local students, journalists and heritage enthousiasts to identify and document tangible and intangible heritage in Nyuh Kuning, a typical village in Bali highlighting the UNESCO listed subak irrigation system
  • Result: Walking itinerary in Nyuh Kuning in iDiscover – smartphone application and illustrated map

CULTURAL MAPPING MODULE MACAU

Macau, 2014

  • Partner: Institute for Tourism Studies
  • Project: 1-month extracurricular module for 40 graduate students in Heritage Management Degree Course at IFT to do a quick cultural mapping exercise in Taipa Village and St. Lazarus Quarter
  • Result: Walking itinerary in Taipa Village and St. Lazarus Quarter in iDiscover – smartphone application and illustrated map

TRAINING COURSE IN CULTURAL MAPPING

Denpasar, Bali, 2014

  • Client: NUFFIC
  • Partners: BPPI Indonesian Heritage Trust, Bali Kuna, Udayana University
  • Project: Lead facilitator of 1-week curative process and training of trainers with 10 lecturers of local university and heritage NGO to identify and document tangible and intangible heritage in the spiritual capital of the island Bali
  • Result: Two walking itineraries Denpasar in iDiscover – smartphone application and illustrated map

URBAN EXPLORERS CAMP

Hanoi & Hong Kong, 2011

  • Clients: West Island School, HK & Hanoi International School
  • Project:Design & execution of a 5-day urban explorers camp for 50 secondary school students on location in the French Quarter in Hanoi and Shatin in Hong Kong with the objective to explore & learn about local heritage and history