Community Museum Project was founded in 2002 in Hong Kong by curator Howard Chan, design educator Siu King-chung , and cultural researchers Tse Pak-chai, and Phoebe Wong. The Community Museum Project activates artistic competences to experiment with the possible formats of museum 3.0. They believe that a museum does not need to be an intimidating and elitist institution, but rather a means to represent everyday living and values. Through the collection and interpretation of artifacts and visual evidence gathered in a variety of everyday contexts, they explore native creativity, visual culture, and public culture. They work in 1:1 scale, implementing flexible exhibitions and public programs within specific community settings and facilitating participation in cross-disciplinary collaborations. Through this process, the Community Museum Project aims to nurture a platform to articulate personal experiences and under-represented histories, subject areas that are of value for anthropological and archeological studies of postartistic times. For them, the word “community” has three connotations: subject matter, settings, and creative public interface. They document and represent their methodology using visual diagrams, four of which are exhibited here.