While some of the city’s wealthy have a genuine interest in culture, the patronage of others may be a ruse to deflect public anger over Hong Kong’s growing wealth gap; either way, the sellers of art win
Jason Wordie
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Opinion: Art fairs a means of parting Hong Kong’s uncultured rich from their money

While some of the city’s wealthy have a genuine interest in culture, the patronage of others may be a ruse to deflect public anger over Hong Kong’s growing wealth gap; either way, the sellers of art win

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While some of the city’s wealthy have a genuine interest in culture, the patronage of others may be a ruse to deflect public anger over Hong Kong’s growing wealth gap; either way, the sellers of art win
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