M-learning can provide learners the capability to assimilate courses anywhere in any time. However, most existing mlearning systems only allow learners to passively receive knowledge without considering the temporal and spacial information of the learners. Due to the location-based nature of AR technology, AR-based m-learning systems can solve the problems by enabling learners to interact with the environment through AR interface. Local culture courses are the lectures talking about the civilization of a place. The challenge is to build a MAR m-learning system with capabilities for various learning environments which have covered and considered the learning efficiency, cultural geography, and other contexts for learners. This paper probes a novel system/App architecture, HTT, and targets on developing a context-aware mobile augmented reality HCI learning platform for local culture courses.