Our Hong Kong Foundation

Our Hong Kong Foundation (OHKF) is a non-government, non-profit organisation founded in November 2014 under the chairmanship of Mr C.H. Tung, Vice Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. OHKF aims to harness the collective wisdom of Hong Kong’s talents and contribute to long-term and sustained prosperity and stability of Hong Kong under the “One Country, Two Systems” principle. The Foundation has three member organisations: the Public Policy Institute that conducts public policy research, advocacy and engagement as a think-and-do tank; the Academy of Chinese Studies that promotes Chinese culture and tells the story of China today, and the Hong Kong Chronicles Institute that produces a full account of Hong Hong's social changes through history for record and public enlightenment.




Public Policy Institute

In furtherance of Hong Kong’s overall interests and sustainable development, the Public Policy Institute engages top experts to delve into policy research and turn their expertise and insights into public policy proposals. The Institute not only develops policy proposals but also sets forth to win public support for their adoption through policy advocacy, thereby influencing Hong Kong’s policy-making in a full range of areas including land and housing, economic development, innovation and technology, arts and culture, healthcare, social welfare, youth education, and sustainable development. Advocacy endeavours of the Institute include hosting an ‘INSIGHT FORUM’ series, whereby experts may share their insights on public policy issues. The Institute also leverages social media platforms to spearhead policy proposals with evidence-based analysis from multi-dimensional perspectives, with a view to facilitating public discourse and fostering societal consensus.




The Hong Kong Chronicles Institute

The Hong Kong Chronicles Institute has embarked on the grand mission of compiling the first-ever complete record of the city’s natural geographical, political, economic, social, cultural, and human transformation throughout the centuries. The Hong Kong Chronicles not only serve as a historical guide but also as an all-embracing authoritative resource to inform and inspire Hong Kong people for posterity.





Macao Foundation

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

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.