The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC) launched, together with the School of Architecture and the Institute of Environment, Energy and Sustainability of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), its first themed exhibition on 'Climate Change and Its Impact' today (27 November). From now on till 31 January 2015, members of the public are welcome to visit the exhibition for a deeper understanding on climate change and how it is related to our daily lives. Officiating at the opening ceremony were Ms Shirley FISHER, Charities Manager of The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC), Mr Pak-shing TAI, Principal of TWGHs Yow Kam Yuen College, Prof. Tung FUNG, Associate Vice-President of CUHK, and Prof. Nelson CHEN, Director of the School of Architecture of CUHK.
The Exhibition uses eye-catching graphics and vivid examples to illustrate the basic concepts of climate change and its impact on the environment, ecology and public health. After the opening, the guests, together with the students, visited the exhibition, and participated in the fun quiz by scanning the QR codes on the display panels, strengthening the understanding on various topics about climate change.