Over the years, The Wong Family has taken a number of cultural and heritage promotion initiatives across Hong Kong, partnering with both governmental and private bodies. This was done to promote the Chinese cultural heritage across the general public.
Large marble horse on public display, 2003
Marble Stone statues on public display, 2003
VICTORIA PARK – 2003
The Wong’s Family worked with the HK government to display a set of stone sculpture horses and other statues in Victoria Park to allow the Hong Kong people to get to know more about our Chinese history and, at the same time, inspire confidence and regain the morale of Hong Kong during the grim atmosphere of the SARS outbreak.
Crown Wine Cellar Entrance, 2008
Rare and Significant Giant Stone Head Display
Overall Exterior View from ATV TV Show, 2008
Standing Horse on top of structure
Giant Ming Marble General outside the former Central Ordnance Munitions Depot
Pair of marble dragons and dignitaries
Pottery Horses display in the VIP Dining area
Pottery display in the Bar area
CROWN WINE CELLARS, SHOUSON HILL – 2008
The Wong’s Family arranged a number of Chinese works of art ranging from giant stone horses, dragons, and generals, to smaller-sized pottery horses to be publicly displayed at both the interior and exterior of the Crown Wine Cellars (formerly known as the Central Ordnance Munitions Depot) which received a Unesco Cultural heritage award in 2008. This initiative was done as a sign of appreciation to support the Crown Worldwide Group’s commitment to preserving a historic site.
Hong Kong Equestrian Olympic Event, 2008
Line of Stone Horses for Outdoor Display
Lot of Han Terracotta Horses for Indoor Display
HONG KONG EQUESTRIAN OLYMPIC – 2008
Hong Kong was the host of the equestrian competitions for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. The Wong’s Family was eager to support this horse-themed event by offering to partner with the government to publicly display a part of the WF’s collection of stone horses and Han pottery Terracotta horses. The horses can be placed in and out of the field where Olympic riders and the public could photograph with the horses and appreciate the Chinese cultural heritage. This can help promote the Chinese cultural heritage to the world through this international event with millions of global viewers and support the riders.