Jason Wordie is a historian and writer in Hong Kong. He has made his home in the New Territories for over thirty years.


Hong Kong’s rich history is brought to life with unmatched clarity and numerous interconnected stories by historian and writer Jason Wordie who uses his unparalleled knowledge of Hong Kong and prolific past to open up a side of Hong Kong that few will rarely get to see. We offer a variety of unique and cultured walks around Hong Kong as well as a range of specialist talks perfect for large scale or more intimate indoor settings. Serving Corporate, Education, Private and Individuals.


Through decades of transformation, thriving industries and human interaction, Hong Kong’s story is filled with rich diversity, intrigue and evolution. Each of Jason Wordie’s talks offers a lifetime of stories pieced together to create an informative yet enthralling narrative guaranteed to entertain, educate and enlighten.


Get out and around Hong Kong in a way that you never have before with Jason Wordie. With historical stories and characters brought to life in startling detail that is easily digested. This a truly unique way to learn about Hong Kong’s incredible history, not only will you learn more about Hong Kong, but you’ll have an amazing experience that will leave you wanting more.

Jason Wordie

Founder, historian & writer

Jason Wordie


Jason Wordie is a historian and writer in Hong Kong. He has made his home in the New Territories for more than thirty years.

A History graduate from Hong Kong University, Jason conducts historical walks in Hong Kong for Hong Kong residents, as well as giving historical lectures for a variety of local community groups and cultural organisations, in addition to various well-known corporate bodies.

His books include Macao – People and Places, Past and Present, published by Angsana Ltd in 2013; Streets: Exploring Hong Kong Island, published by Hong Kong University Press in 2002 and its companion volume Streets: Exploring Kowloon, published 2007 by Hong Kong University Press.

For nearly twenty-five years, Jason has had a series of regular columns in the South China Morning Post. His current column, Then and Now, appears every week in its Sunday edition’s Post Magazine.