Winnie Yeung is currently Head of Heritage of Tai Kwun: Centre for Heritage and Arts. She is in charge of devising heritage exhibitions, interpretive showcases and education programmes at the revitalised Central Police Station Compound to celebrate the rich heritage significance of the site and raise awareness on cultural heritage conservation and community attachment.
Previously, Winnie was the heritage manager for the UNESCO-awarded Tai O Heritage Hotel and participated in other heritage projects in Hong Kong and Singapore. She specialises in heritage interpretation, education and community engagement. Winnie is a trained architectural conservationist with a Masters’ Degree from the Architectural Conservation Programme at The University of Hong Kong. Prior to entering the field of heritage conservation, Winnie was a journalist for publications like South China Morning Post and HK Magazine, covering a variety of topics including arts and culture, and local news.