After Hong Kong sculptor/printmaker Ha Bik Chuen (b. 1925) passed away in 2009, Asia Art Archive was given temporary custodianship of his vast archive, a singular collection of materials that includes not only notes and sketches from Ha’s projects, but also illustrated magazines, artist portraits and photographic records of exhibitions he attended from the 1960s-2000s. The HBC Archive presents a rich resource for understanding Hong Kong’s art history, and AAA has recently made extensive efforts to open this collection to the public by creating a new research facility in Fo Tan. After hosting a part of Ha’s archives and an AAA digitizing station at Spring in 2014, we have invited art critic and curator John Batten to choose some of the archive’s holdings for a display. Batten’s selection of materials situates Ha’s oeuvre in Spring’s vicinity, Wong Chuk Hang and Aberdeen, drawing specific focus to Ha’s only public sculpture Sailing in the Sun (1978-79) that still stands today in Aberdeen Square, and to the once vibrant printing industry in Wong Chuk Hang. Entitled Sailing Through Ha Bik Chuen’s Archive, the resulting display of Ha’s woodblock prints, Christmas cards, scrapbooks, plans and models alongside newly-produced videos and collages by Batten’s invited collaborators, the display offers a compelling glimpse into Ha’s prolific self-taught art practice in relation to printing and design.