Our Hong Kong Foundation (OHKF) is a non-government, non-profit organisation founded in November 2014 by Mr. Tung Chee-hwa, Vice Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and former Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR. OHKF aims to contribute to Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability as well as its sustainable development under the “One Country, Two Systems” principle. The Foundation has three member organisations: the Public Policy Institute that focuses on public policy research, advocacy, and engagement as a think tank; the Academy of Chinese Studies that promotes traditional Chinese culture and tells the stories of China today, and Hong Kong Chronicles Institute that produces a book series about Hong Hong's development over time for preserving history and educating the people.




The Public Policy Institute picks the brains of Hong Kong’s top talents, taps the insight of the academia, and pools the expertise of the public sector to contribute policy ideas as a think tank covering a full range of areas including land and housing, economic development, innovation and technology, arts and culture, healthcare, youth, and education. Through mainstream media and social media as well as online and offline platforms, the Institute presents its research findings and promotes its policy ideas to key stakeholders and the general public.




Hong Kong Chronicles Institute inherits the time-honoured Chinese tradition of compiling local chronicles by taking up the historic mission of producing the first-ever Hong Kong Chronicles. The book series serves as a comprehensive, systematic and objective record of Hong Kong’s past, detailing its natural environment, politics, economy, society, culture and people. In recording Hong Kong’s progress over time, Hong Kong Chronicles serves the important functions of preserving history, shedding light on policymaking, and educating the people. The first round of the project commenced in 2019 for completion by 2027.





Macao Foundation has attributed more than MOP 13.4 billion in sponsorships to local social service and educational institutions since 2001, with significant improvements in Macao’s social amenities and services. From elderly welfare, medical care to education, the majority of the population are benefited from the projects sponsored by the Macao Foundation.






Dunhuang Academy originally the National Research Institute on Dunhuang Art, is a "national comprehensive institution" responsible for overseeing the Mogao Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Dunhuang in Gansu, China. Established in 1944 by the Nationalist government, it continues to oversee day-to-day management of the site as well as preservation and research projects.