Tisa Ho, executive director of the Hong Kong Arts Festival. She will retire in November after 16 years at the helm. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Tisa Ho, executive director of the Hong Kong Arts Festival. She will retire in November after 16 years at the helm. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong Arts Festival chief Tisa Ho to retire; Flora Yu, the event’s development director since 2011, to take over

  • Tisa Ho, executive director of the Hong Kong Arts Festival, will retire in November after 16 years, the last three ruined or badly disrupted by anti-Covid rules
  • ‘I have never done so many contingencies of contingencies,’ she told the Post in 2020. Flora Yu, in charge of fundraising and partnerships, will succeed her

Tisa Ho, executive director of the Hong Kong Arts Festival. She will retire in November after 16 years at the helm. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Tisa Ho, executive director of the Hong Kong Arts Festival. She will retire in November after 16 years at the helm. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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