Po Leung Kuk Museum
- Between the late 19th and early 20th century, it was common practice for organisations to invite famous calligraphers or Qing Dynasty officials to share their brushstrokes through couplets.
Stone couplets found in the building were made of granite, with the calligraphy inscribed by artisans.
In the past, Po Leung Kuk’s couplets were made of wood, but stone became the standard after the headquarters relocation to Causeway Bay.
Several pairs of couplets in the building was written by Zhu Ru-zhen. Zhu was known for ranked second in the last imperial examination in history, which can be identified by the scripts of his personal seal inscribed on the couplet.
The couplets' calligraphy features the Chancellery style, which was Zhu’s regularly used script and saw standard usage in imperial court documents.