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The founder of the Republic of China, Dr Sun Yat-sen spent considerable time in Hong Kong, where he received his secondary and university education and formulated many of his ideas and plans. Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum provides an overview of his life and career, as well as Hong Kong’s role in the reform movements and revolutionary activities in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The museum, located on Castle Road, Mid-Levels, and easily accessible by the hillside escalator, is housed in the classical Edwardian-style Kom Tong Hall, originally the residence of local businessman Ho Kom-tong.