A new public library has been opened to serve residents in the Tin Shui Wai district.Monday, 25 December, 2006, 12:00am
A new public library has been opened to serve residents in the Tin Shui Wai district.
Located at the Tin Chak Estate shopping centre, the Tin Shui Wai North Public Library has an initial stock of more than 50,000 titles. Its facilities include adults' and children's sections, quick reference collection, newspapers and periodicals, as well as an activities room.25 Dec 2006 - 12:00am
An online platform to protect local cultures from the threat posed by globalisation has been launched.
Daytauchung (www. daytauchung.com) has been set up by Hong Kong-born architect and designer Gene Miao, who witnessed the demise of many old establishments after returning from the United States a few years ago.18 Dec 2006 - 12:00am
An art competition encourages teenagers to paint a brighter future for Hong Kong while raising funds for a good cause.
Organised by property agency Colliers International, the contest is open to students aged below 18. They will be vying for a total of 12 titles in the kindergarten, primary or secondary categories.7 Aug 2006 - 12:00am
This year's Book Fair will see scholars and writers, such as Lo Wai-luen (aka Xiao Si), Liu Xinwu and Hong Ying, speaking on the topic 'In Search of Humanity in the 21st Century'.19 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Shau Kei Wan Government Secondary School (SGSS) celebrated its 45th anniversary with a musical feast last Friday.
Held at the City Hall Concert Hall, the concert opened with Chinese pieces, including Festival Overture by conductor Kwok Shing-cho and Beating Ghosts by Kuan Nai-chung. They were performed by the school's western and Chinese orchestras.14 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Two public seminars on creativity will be held at La Salle College (LSC) this Saturday.
The seminars, organised by LSC's Student Association with the support of alumni, will be under the theme 'Nurturing Creativity and Innovation for the Young People of Hong Kong'.11 May 2006 - 12:00am
The Hong Kong Dance Company will take popular mainland television drama Red Poppies to the stage next month.
The story is set in the early 20th century. Maichi, a Tibetan chieftain, has built a fortune on planting poppies and selling opium. He soon raided other tribes and took away their land.26 Apr 2006 - 12:00am
Schools received recognition for their fund-raising efforts for Community Chest at an award and cheque presentation ceremony last week.
Kindergarten, primary and secondary students were among the 12,000 volunteers involved in the charity's Street Flag Sale and Gold Flag Sale on November 26 last year.20 Apr 2006 - 12:00am