Hong Kong-born composer Charles Kwong, who returned to Hong Kong after seven years of postgraduate studies in Britain, attributed the open attitude to social media, which he sees as instilling curiosity in arts and music in younger people. Photo: Jonathan Wong Hong Kong-born composer Charles Kwong, who returned to Hong Kong after seven years of postgraduate studies in Britain, attributed the open attitude to social media, which he sees as instilling curiosity in arts and music in younger people. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Hong Kong-born composer Charles Kwong, who returned to Hong Kong after seven years of postgraduate studies in Britain, attributed the open attitude to social media, which he sees as instilling curiosity in arts and music in younger people. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong composer says social media has the power to tune in a new generation of music fans

Hong Kong-born composer Charles Kwong, who returned to Hong Kong after seven years of postgraduate studies in Britain, attributed the open attitude to social media, which he sees as instilling curiosity in arts and music in younger people. Photo: Jonathan Wong Hong Kong-born composer Charles Kwong, who returned to Hong Kong after seven years of postgraduate studies in Britain, attributed the open attitude to social media, which he sees as instilling curiosity in arts and music in younger people. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Hong Kong-born composer Charles Kwong, who returned to Hong Kong after seven years of postgraduate studies in Britain, attributed the open attitude to social media, which he sees as instilling curiosity in arts and music in younger people. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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