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Wan Chai

Flourishing church is desperate for more space to continue its work

Candy Tam's letter ('Church does not practise what it preaches with development plans', May 2) is inaccurate and makes unreasonable accusations.

Tuesday, 8 May, 2012, 12:00am

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Lu Yuanpeng

The Chinese photographer's visions of landscapes reveal unexpected moments and perspectives. Today, 10am-7pm, Galerie du Monde, 108 Ruttonjee Centre, 11 Duddell St, Central. Inquiries: 2525 0529. Ends today


7 May 2012 - 12:00am

Going out


Paintings by Jeffrey Lo Wan-shu and Esther Tam Mei-yung

Paintings of flowers and birds by Lo and Tam, some of which are collaborations between the couple. Today, 1pm-6pm, University Museum and Art Gallery, University of Hong Kong, 90 Bonham Rd, Pok Fu Lam. Inquiries: 2241 5502. Ends today

Hand-painted Wallcovering Exhibition

6 May 2012 - 12:00am

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London Pictures

Twenty-two works from British collaborative duo Gilbert and George's 292-picture series surveying modern urban life in all its tragedy, absurdity and violence. Today, 11am-7pm, White Cube HK, 50 Connaught Rd, Central. Inquiries: 2592 2000. Ends today

Why Do Trees Grow Till the End?

5 May 2012 - 12:00am

Millionaires' playground

A survey by Citibank has found that the Wan Chai area, which includes Happy Valley and Causeway Bay, has the largest number of millionaires of any district in Hong Kong.

3 May 2012 - 12:00am

Outlook & Living - Causeway Bay, Happy Valley, Wan Chai, Kennedy Town

Grand sale looms

3 May 2012 - 12:00am

Church does not practise what it preaches with development plans

Your articles on the giant advert on the front wall of the Chinese Methodist Church in Wan Chai, 'This city is dying, but God is living', should have taken a more critical look at the church's own failings with regard to issues of civic responsibility and altruism.

2 May 2012 - 12:00am


What: Composition tray table Why: This solid walnut item is a contemporary take on the butler's table How much: HK$1,580 Where: Homeless, 29 Gough Street, Central, tel: 2581 1880

2 May 2012 - 12:00am

Classes may be cut for school revamp

About 100 pupils at a prestigious private school in Wan Chai may have no place to attend classes next year if it cannot secure a temporary location while the current campus is redeveloped, its sponsoring body says.

1 May 2012 - 12:00am

Week ahead


I Love Lyuba: Baby Mammoth of the Ice Age

Exhibition of mammoth history showcasing Lyuba, the world's best-preserved baby mammoth. Daily (until May 10), 10am-10pm, Podium L1, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St, Central. Inquiries: 22953308


My Great Mum

29 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Going out


Scale, Economy and Unnamable Colour

American abstract painter Frances Barth's imaginary landscapes feature lush combinations of unnamable colours that do not exist in nature. Today, 11am-7pm, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 57-59 Hollywood Rd, Central. Inquiries: 2581 9678. Ends today

Free Run

29 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

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Photographs by photographer Stephane Couturier, visual artist Alain Bublex and collage artist Gilbert Garcin (aka Mr G) of landscapes where reality, fiction and abstraction overlap. A Le French May programme. Daily, open 24 hours, Avenue of Stars, TST Promenade. Inquiries: frenchmay.com. Ends May 2

28 Apr 2012 - 12:00am




Works by Russian painters including Irina Kotova and Andrey Petruxin that depict the artists' inner worlds and their feelings for Russia. Mon-Fri, 10am-7pm, Sat, 9am-6pm, Red Square Gallery, Happy Valley Branch, 11 Yuk Sau St, Happy Valley. Inquiries: 2838 0040. Ends Apr 30

Art Hotpot in Hong Kong

26 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

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House Of Peace

Zacas Yeung's oil paintings depicting a space where peace reigns. Today, noon-10pm, Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. Inquiries: 2521 7251. Ends today

Scale, Economy and Unnamable Colour

25 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

From the top

Visitors to the Kans' penthouse in Sha Tin may recoil at the glitz in the shared lobby of the residential development, where gold, marble, mirrors and chandeliers - the usual signifiers of wealth in this city - are employed to maximum, albeit taste-minimising, effect.

22 Apr 2012 - 12:00am