Friday, 7 July 2017


 A short film made by Moira Kenny and John Campbell in Chung Hok House Sheltered Accommodation  funded by Pine Court Housing 

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Planning Permission Approved

The Sound Agents have been granted planning permission from Liverpool City Council for the Chinatown Museum in a shipping container to be sited on Great George Square, Chinatown

Friday, 3 March 2017


Dr Roel Broer, Dr Robbie Jankisingh Oologs Graven Stichting and Chris Hawes CWGC
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The Sound Agents facilitated a meeting with Roel Broer, Dr Robbie Jankisingh and Chris Hawes Commonwealth War Graves Commission Regional Supervisor (CWGC) in Chinatown to identify the need for a re-dedication ceremony and replacement of 31 Dutch/Chinese headstones in Anfield Cemetery. 

The ceremony is being planned to take place in November 2017 led by The Chinese Freemasons Organisation.

Sunday, 8 January 2017


Pic: Moira Kenny 2015

The Sound Agents are campaigning to protect the heritage buildings and stories of Old Chinatown Liverpool, UK. The aim of this project is to highlight the need for a permanent site specific Chinatown Museum and Community Space, a temporary Museum in a shipping container is planned for May 2017.

The Sound Agents have been awarded £2,500 from the Mayors Fund and private donations from Joan Mason, Walter Fung, Sophie Colligan, John Hollingsworth, Debrea Lewis and one Anonymous donor to pay for planning permission to be submitted to Liverpool City Council and for the development of a dedicated website to house the  Audio/Visual archive 'Liverpool Chinatown Oral History' recorded in 2014 funded by HLF and 2005 funded by LCC. The Agents continue to record personal stories for the project. Contact John and Moira

Wednesday, 21 December 2016


Artists John Campbell & Moira Kenny are designing a Contemporary Museum in a shipping container sited on Great George Square Old Chinatown. Sponsored by Kensite Services Ltd. The project will be led and curated by The Sound Agents. 'Growing up in Chinatown' is an urban growing project alongside which will be sited alongside the Museum working in partnership with Elaine Creswell Blue/Green, with a focus on growing Chinese vegetables and plants.

DRAFT CAD IMAGE Elaine Cresswell

       DRAFT CAD IMAGE Elaine Cresswell