Alison Friedman says her decision to leave her position at the West Kowloon Cultural District and return to the US was prompted by the need to be close to her ageing parents.
Alison Friedman says her decision to leave her position at the West Kowloon Cultural District and return to the US was prompted by the need to be close to her ageing parents.

Amid fresh pro-Beijing attacks, Hong Kong arts hub loses another non-Chinese senior director

  • Alison Friedman has resigned as the West Kowloon Cultural District’s artistic director of performing arts to return to the US
  • It comes as the district’s M+ museum faces criticism from state-owned newspapers for works that could ‘incite hatred’ and violate the new National Security Law

Alison Friedman says her decision to leave her position at the West Kowloon Cultural District and return to the US was prompted by the need to be close to her ageing parents.
Alison Friedman says her decision to leave her position at the West Kowloon Cultural District and return to the US was prompted by the need to be close to her ageing parents.
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