Analyses | Leisure, culture and arts | 2016-05-09 | Sing Tao

Oral history: Making our voices heard



Everyone has a story to tell. The work of oral history helps us understand social changes by giving a voice to all individuals. Oral testimonies of personal narratives can also provide new historical evidence, encourage active participation of the elderly and connect communities and generations with shared memories. Can Hong Kong make use of this?

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.