Study Tour 2011: Taiwan – Hong Kong


Study Tour 2011: Taiwan – Hong Kong

Special access has been granted to the Society’s Members to several prestigious Taiwanese and Hong Kong Museums and private collections.

The tour dates are from 16 to 23 October and is limited to 15 members only. Hurry and book now!


Sunday 16 Oct CX710 (08:05/12:00 HK) CX564 (13:20/14:55 Taipei)
Visit to Xi Men Ding old town/ceramics expert Prof Liu’s home
Monday 17 Oct National Palace Museum, Chang Foundation Museum; dinner at Shi Lin night market
Tuesday 18 Oct Historical Museum, Jiang Guo South Street antique shops; Guang Hua antique market
Wednesday 19 Oct Yingge ceramics workshop; Yeliu sand sculptures; Jiufen Village; Taipei 101 shopping spree
Thursday 20 Oct CX469 (10:15/12:00, Hong Kong) visit to Art Museum
Friday 21 Oct Tiang Ming Lou Foundation (Yuan, Ming, and Qing imperial wares), Hong Kong University Museum
Saturday 22 Oct Jiu Ru Tang private collection (imperial Song, Five Dynasty, Tang and Han wares), Chinese University of Hong Kong Museum
Sunday 23 Oct Free and easy, visit to antique shops on Holiwood Street; CX 711 (16:20/20:00 Singapore)

S$ 1,900.00 for twin share
OR S$ 2,250.00 for single room
1   Air fare S$ 600.00 SIN/HKG/Taipei/HKG/SIN
2   Hotels 4-star
3   All meals
4   Tips
5   Transfers
The tour is limited to 15 members only.
Contact person: Lim Yah Chiew

Action to take when confirming:
1   Full payment by cheque payable to Southeast Asian Ceramic Society and post to P.O. Box 317 Tanglin Post Office Singapore 912411.  As the experts in HK and Taipei have confirmed their time to be with members and all hotels need to be booked and deposits paid, there will be no refund on cancellation.

2   Should members choose to book their own flights to Taipei and HK please deduct S$600.00 from the total cost.  Please note that if members cannot join in on transfers, meals, accommodation there will be no refund on unused costs.

3   Please provide passport details name as in passport, expiry date, birthday, passport number.

4   Travel Insurance to be taken out by members on their own.

5   Verbal confirmation is not accepted without cheque payment.

Briefing by Lim Yah Chiew at 82 Cairnhill Road on Friday 14 October 2011 at 7pm.

Please bring 3 hard copies of your passport; this is enable quick allocation of rooms upon check-in to hotels.

Members who are keen to learn about the appreciation and authentication of antique Chinese ceramics should treasure this opportunity.