“Water.Green.Heritage”
District-based Education and Green Corridor


The project is a new, experimental project which will be cohering the ecological change to environmental education, Green art conceptual integration as a demonstration in long run. Kai Tak River, commonly known as the Kai Tak Nullah, the waterway situated between Kowloon City and San Po Kong was historically called Long Jin River. At this juncture, a future model - human landscape - for urban district where nature and culture become integral is discovered. Through the Green Corridor construction project, we aim to explore 4 core zones with 4 particular themes along the canal:

Zone A: Environmental Art
Zone B: Grassroot Market
Zone C: Environmental Education
Zone D: Nga Tsin Wai Bridge



Client: Research Unit for Urban Place, School of Architecture, CUHK
June 2009 – Aug 2010

Proposal for Programmes of
- Community Art Festival
- Exhibitions
- School Workshops
- International Exchange (TW / JP / Italy / USA)