- Festival of Hong Kong Office Press Release: Festival of Hong Kong 1969 Decorations Committee: Street Decora...
The Festival of HK1969 Decoration Committee's budget on decoration for the festival. The document also included sketches of the decorative items, the types of these items and quantity.
- Hong Kong Gaily Decorated During Festival Week
The Festival of HK Office Press Release talked about the various decorations and their locations for the 1969 Festival of HK. Chairman of the festival's Decoration Committee hoped that the society in general would celebrate the festival with different ways of decoration.
- Festival of Hong Kong 1969: Plans for decorations
Festival of HK 1969 Decoration Committee spoke about the purpose of the committee, information about its members, work, proposed budget, and the decorations for the festival and their locations.
- Festival Press Release: Governor Tells Colony to Have a Good Time
Speaking at the formal light-up of illuminations, the acting Governor, Sir Hugh Norman-Walker, thanked public-spirited citizens of all walks of life for contributing to the Festival of Hong Kong 1969. He also told people to have a good time.
- Festival Press Release: Festival of Hong Kong 1969 Illumination Ceremony
The 1969 Festival's Illumination Ceremony took place in the City Hall Concert Hall on 8 December, at 7 pm.
- Festival Press Release: Sponsors Wanted for Festival of Hong Kong Events
The Festival of Hong Kong Office listed the major events for the 1969 Festival that were looking for sponsors.
- Festival Press Release: The Hong Kong Festival in Colour – Excitement Captured in 13-minute Film
The first press release briefly introduced a 13-minute film of the 1969 Festival, by the Hong Kong Film Unit, Government Information Services. The film was packed with highlights of the Festival of Hong Kong. The second press release was about the photographic contest prize presentation on 14 February, 1970.
- Festival Press Release: Posters and Car-stickers Publicising Festival of Hong Kong 1971 Issued
The posters for the 1971 Festival were reproduced from the two winning entries in the students’ poster competition. The car-stickers came in two forms, each bearing the 1971 Festival emblem.