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West Kowloon Cultural Districti

The West Kowloon Cultural District refers to a development project that seeks to create a hub of arts and cultural venues in a 40-hectare area in Hong Kong. Its location and proximity to Victoria Harbour have sparked hopes it will attract visitors and boost interest in the arts and culture. Some critics, however, argue that its multi-billion-dollar cost is a drain on the community.

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  • City’s flag carrier and arts hub announce three-year collaboration, with corporate backing welcomed by CEO of cash-strapped West Kowloon Cultural District
  • Cathay CEO Ronald Lam says airline will also promote activities of the arts hub outside city to attract tourists

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