"The 20th Anniversary of the Return of Hong Kong to the Motherland: Together • Progress • Opportunity" Exhibition

Date: 27 June to 16 July 2017 (Opening ceremony on 26 June 2017)
Location: National Museum of China
Organisation: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government

On 1 July 1997, Hong Kong returned to the Motherland, setting a milestone in the history of Hong Kong. Over the past 20 years, with the support of our country, Hong Kong has maintained its prosperity, stability and development, making good progress in the economy, in social development and in people's livelihood. Exchanges and cooperation with the Mainland have become more frequent and have grown in both width and depth. This exhibition will showcase the major progress in Hong Kong, the close cooperation with the Mainland in different aspects and Hong Kong's aspirations for the future. The objective is to let our Mainland audience "experience" the vitality and glamour of Hong Kong as Asia's world city, and "feel" the bonding between the two places and between its peoples. Together we will join hands to create a better future.