Janice Leung

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Hong Kong comic Vivek Mahbubani uses multicultural identity to inspire kids
Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra join forces with a cappella Yat Po Singers in theatre production

Anyone who has seen the Yat Po Singers in action knows they are more than just an a cappella ensemble. Like other modern harmonisers, the four-man outfit - Keith Wong Chun-kit, Ronald Tsang Ho-fung, Raoul Chan Chi-him and Sam Lau Siu-hong - deliver inventive mash-ups of songs from classical to jazz and more. And being Hongkongers, they bring Canto-pop, Chinese folk and Peking opera into the mix, too.

11 May 2015 - 10:32AM

Anyone who has seen the Yat Po Singers in action knows they are more than just an a cappella ensemble. Like other modern harmonisers, the four-man outfit - Keith Wong Chun-kit, Ronald Tsang Ho-fung, Raoul Chan Chi-him and Sam Lau Siu-hong - deliver inventive mash-ups of songs from classical to jazz and more. And being Hongkongers, they bring Canto-pop, Chinese folk and Peking opera into the mix, too.

Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra join forces with a cappella Yat Po Singers in theatre production
Poll to decide Hong Kong's most liked architecture of the last century
Cantonese opera traditions must be protected as it modernises
Chefs discuss what 'organic food' really means

In case you hadn't noticed, much of the Western world is in the midst of an organic revolution. "Organic" has become a byword for everything that's good about food and people are willing to pay a premium to get it.

6 Jun 2014 - 12:11AM

In case you hadn't noticed, much of the Western world is in the midst of an organic revolution. "Organic" has become a byword for everything that's good about food and people are willing to pay a premium to get it.

Chefs discuss what 'organic food' really means
Meet Göran Malmqvist, Nobel Prize member and champion of Chinese literature
Arts preview: Liu Xiaodong oils pre-2007 show a different direction
Percussionist to give recital on unusual instruments he built himself
Retrospective of Hong Kong literary giant Leung Ping-kwan

Leung Ping-kwan was one of Hong Kong's leading literary lights. Following his death last year, Janice Leung finds a new generation celebrating his legacy.

8 Jan 2014 - 10:18PM

Leung Ping-kwan was one of Hong Kong's leading literary lights. Following his death last year, Janice Leung finds a new generation celebrating his legacy.

Retrospective of Hong Kong literary giant Leung Ping-kwan
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