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China’s Greater Bay Area scheme opens up doors for Hong Kong musicians with HK$140 million cultural exchange programme

Eleven local performing arts groups undertake government-funded tours of glitzy concert halls in the region.

19 Jan 2019 - 11:13PM
China’s Greater Bay Area scheme opens up doors for Hong Kong musicians with HK$140 million cultural exchange programme

Eleven local performing arts groups undertake government-funded tours of glitzy concert halls in the region.

Young opera singers from Asia poised to overtake European counterparts, judges at Hong Kong singing contest say

World-class soprano argues that a strong will to achieve goals and work hard is contributing to their rise.

2 Jul 2018 - 10:42AM
Young opera singers from Asia poised to overtake European counterparts, judges at Hong Kong singing contest say

World-class soprano argues that a strong will to achieve goals and work hard is contributing to their rise.

Han Zhongjie, pioneering conductor who blazed trail for Chinese musicians in the US, dies aged 97
News-based education hub set to be launched in Hong Kong to show visitors city’s media history

Brainchild of the Journalism Education Foundation will open after five years of planning and will not rule out exhibitions of controversial past events

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM
News-based education hub set to be launched in Hong Kong to show visitors city’s media history

Brainchild of the Journalism Education Foundation will open after five years of planning and will not rule out exhibitions of controversial past events

Distinguished scholar Jao Tsung-i, the ‘pride of Hong Kong’, dies at age 100

Guangdong-born academic was regarded as one of China’s two greatest sinologists

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM
Distinguished scholar Jao Tsung-i, the ‘pride of Hong Kong’, dies at age 100

Guangdong-born academic was regarded as one of China’s two greatest sinologists

Violinist picks up the baton in Vietnam after 37 years with Hong Kong orchestra

Fan Ting, who has been with Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra since 1972, will take up role of chief conductor of Saigon Philharmonic Orchestra

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM
Violinist picks up the baton in Vietnam after 37 years with Hong Kong orchestra

Fan Ting, who has been with Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra since 1972, will take up role of chief conductor of Saigon Philharmonic Orchestra

Chinese doctor told bookseller Gui Minhai to seek medical care abroad, daughter says
China detained bookseller Gui Minhai ‘to stop him from telling his story’
Sweden hits back at China over snatching of bookseller Gui Minhai, embraces right to support its ailing citizen
Look to natural habitat and not monetary value, prize-winning Hong Kong architects say

Formerly with Herzog and de Meuron, the pair recognise that space in the city is at a premium while pushing for embrace of natural topology

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM
Look to natural habitat and not monetary value, prize-winning Hong Kong architects say

Formerly with Herzog and de Meuron, the pair recognise that space in the city is at a premium while pushing for embrace of natural topology

Hungarian conductor Gabor Kali triumphs in Hong Kong’s first international battle of the batons
Hong Kong City Hall set to close for three years for major facelift
Top Hong Kong soprano Louise Kwong laments lack of funding for classical singers
Cantonese opera venues and new West Kowloon centre to coexist peacefully, official says, but union wary
End of an era: the cultural giants of Hong Kong who died in 2017
Why Hong Kong venues lag mainland China in online ticket sales and e-payments

Top officials say residents’ preference for buying tickets in person at a box office, and a longer history of credit card sales, partly responsible for the city’s rather more traditional approach

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM
Why Hong Kong venues lag mainland China in online ticket sales and e-payments

Top officials say residents’ preference for buying tickets in person at a box office, and a longer history of credit card sales, partly responsible for the city’s rather more traditional approach

Harbour view at Hong Kong Cultural Centre ‘impractical’ says building’s engineer
The poet whose works struck a chord with Chinese diaspora and Hong Kong youth in the 1960s
Bittersweet 93rd birthday for veteran Hong Kong DJ ‘Uncle Ray’ as he mourns friend and singer Mona Fong
‘Father of Hong Kong opera’, 79, laments that he may ‘not live to see an opera house’ at the West Kowloon Cultural District
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