Hong Kong Archive Directory

Submit Your Entry


* Required field

Note on Submission

Please note that incomplete, incorrect or inappropriate submissions may not be considered for inclusion in the Hong Kong Archive Directory. The Hong Kong Archives Society Limited reserves the editorial right to decide on what is to be displayed in the directory, and bear no responsibility as to the accuracy of the information provided by the contributors or whether such information is up-to-date.

Category and Logo

Basic Information (English)

Basic Information (Trad. Chi)

Additional Information


With support from the local archives community the Hong Kong Archives Directory aims to serve as an entry point for the public to access the diverse archival collections in the city. We value your contribution; please submit your entry of archives/archival collections in Hong Kong by clicking the button below.
The directory is compiled from the information voluntarily submitted by the institutions listed in the directory. We disclaim any responsibility as to the accuracy of the information provided by the contributors. Inclusion in the directory does not constitute an endorsement by the Hong Kong Archive Society Limited, nor of the content provided in links to third-party websites, including information, products, advertising or other materials available on those websites.
Public Records Office
The Public Records Office (PRO) of the Government Records Service (GRS) serves as the central archives for permanent retention of archival records of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. It is committed to appraising and acquiring records and materials of enduring value and making them available for public access. In 2020, we have preserved over 1.7 million archival records. Our holdings date back to as early as the mid-19th century. They are held in different formats ranging from files, bound volumes, photographs, posters, maps and plans to films. PRO also manages the Central Preservation Library for Government Publications which contains selected government publications, reports and printed materials on Hong Kong as part of its work to preserve local documentary heritage.