Explore Lee Gardens - 100 Years Intertwined Stories 「探索利園區 - 百年營造的故事」導賞團 (Jun 23)

*HMAW1905 Recognized Event*

About the Tour

It’s been a century since Lee Hysan acquired East Point in 1923. Since then, Causeway Bay has evolved along with people, business and streets of the district that we call home. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Lee Gardens, this guided tour by Walk In Hong Kong will explore the intertwined stories with the neighborhood to remember the histories, embrace the present and look forward to the future. Our students will also get the chance to meet with the management of Hysan during the tour. Don’t miss the chance!

About Hysan

With approximately 4.5 million square feet of office, retail, and residential tenant space mainly in Causeway Bay’s Lee Gardens area, Hysan is renowned for its core business of property investment, management and development. Hysan strives to create value and provide stakeholders with sustainable and outstanding returns from its property portfolio, predominantly located in Hong Kong’s premier commercial district of Causeway Bay.

Event details


June 23, 2024 (Sunday)


2:30pm – 4:45pm

Venue & Meet-up Point

Hysan Place G/F Lobby

500 Hennessy Rd, Causeway Bay (directly meet at the lobby at 2:20pm)


30 business students (BIBU, MAEC, RMBI, SFGN, WBB and DDP students are all welcome!)



Dress code

Smart Casual

Please refrain from wearing sports attire (including vests, exercise pants and sports leggings) or beachwear (including flip-flops, beach sandals and plastic footwear).


Free of charge
(HKD100 refundable deposit will be collected via Payme / FPS)


Register here

Confirmation email with details will be sent to successful registrants one week before the event


This is a recognized event in the “Personal Enrichment & Community Service” category under the “self-directed Experience” of HMAW1905: Behavioral Foundations of University Education: Habits, Mindsets, and Wellness. To receive 2 hours, you must attend the event in full on time.

No Show Policy

For all events, registered students must attend punctually. Any cancellation must be made no less than 48 hours prior to the event. Late cancellation or no show will potentially be resulting in a reduced access to career services and student development events.


Ms. Violet Chan at violetchan@ust.hk