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This exhibition features a total of nine series of stamps issued by China Post between 1988 and 2022, presenting 38 Chinese scientists from different fields of science, as well as stamps of several overseas scientists of ethnic Chinese origin, widely recognized as some of the most accomplished scientists in the world. Through the stamps, let us explore their world of knowledge, relay the power of science and technology, and promote their scientific spirit.
Guiding Visit: About 20 minutes, suitable for bookings from schools (SE-01), organization and senior citizens (GE-01) groups.
Interactive Activities: I am a Scientist, Scientists Stamp Album, Make a Pose - Future Scientist, Scientists' Quotes
Venue: 1FL, Communications Museum
Exhibition Hours: From May 17th, 2023 (09:00 - 17:30) onwards, Mondays to Sundays. Closed on public holidays.
Objective: To encourage & discover more painters to participate in cultural creative arts & design through stamps.
Theme of drawing: By extension of concept & content from selected "MACAO CHINA" stamps or souvenir sheets.
Deadline for submission: 5:30pm on 31/07/2023 (Monday). Late submissions will not be evaluated.
The exhibition features stamps issued by the Mainland China, Macao and Hong Kong, taking visitors through a journey in culture, lifestyle as well as the environment of the Greater Bay Area. Through the thematic issues about infrastructure including "Achievements of China's High Speed Rail", "Beijing-Kowloon Through Trains", "Taipa Line Operation - Macao Light Rapid Transit" and "Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge" by these three regions, Visitors travelling to the "Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Grater Bay Area" from any station of the Eight Vertical and Eight Horizontal High-speed Rail Network can feel the whole Greater Bay Area moving towards the development goal of building a world-class Bay Area and cities.
Location: Temporary Gallery, Communications Museum
Opening time: Starting from 05/11/2021 (09:00 - 17:30), Mondays to Sundays, closed on public holidays.