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Opinion | Storm in a tea cup

A controversy is raging in Hong Kong. This time it has nothing to do with politics, sex or money. It has to do with a storm in a cup, over a documentary which chronicles the lives of six students from Ying Wa Girls School.

Watch This | 130-year-old bronze sculpture revived in north China

The bronze sculpture in Xinle, north China, is delicate handcraft with a history of more than 130 years. We follow a local master to see the meticulous process and modern technologies used to persevere this art form.

Final call! Women and Femininity in Ancient China exhibition at HK Heritage Museum ends in late February

"The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Women and Femininity in Ancient China - Treasures from the Nanjing Museum" exhibition being held at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum (HKHM) will end on February 27 (Monday).

CNY lantern displays light up North District Park and Tsuen Wan Park from today

Hong Kong will present the Lunar New Year Lantern Displays at both North District Park and Tsuen Wan Park from today (January 31) to celebrate the advent of the Spring Lantern Festival with members of the public. The displays will last until February 7 and admission is free.

People ring in Chinese New Year with sports

Nowadays in China, the Spring Festival holiday is not only about reuniting with family members and visiting scenic spots, but also basking in the joy brought by sports.

Chinese sci-fi blockbuster 'The Wandering Earth II' hits North American big screen

China's homemade sci-fi blockbuster "The Wandering Earth II" opened Sunday, the Chinese Lunar New Year's Day, in a limited theatrical release in North America.

Is water life-threatening to rabbits?

Have you ever heard that rabbits are incapable of bathing or drinking water?

Neanderthal kid's skull reconstructed

In collaboration with Moscow State University in Russia, archaeologists from Jilin University recently released their findings on the reconstruction of a Neanderthal boy's skull using digital 3D portrait reconstruction technology.

Top ten box office blockbusters in 2022

The Chinese film market saw a revenue of 30.07 billion yuan ($4.49 billion) nationwide from some 712 million strong audiences, of which domestic films raked in 25.51 billion yuan, accounting for roughly 85 percent of the total box office, according to China Movie Data Information Network.

Kev-on Air EP1 | Bernard Chan: Arts and culture serve as a common language that connects the world

In the first episode of " Kev-on Air", we invited Bernard Chan, Chairman of M+ Museum and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, as our inaugural guest. Chan has a deep understanding and unique insight into the development of arts and culture in Hong Kong. Looking back on his health saga at a young age and the many crossovers he made in his studies and career, Chan is moving forward with conviction and determination to help create a better future for HK.

Application for Pilot Scheme on Subvention for New Sports in year 2023-24 starts

The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) announced that the application for the 2023-24 Pilot Scheme on Subvention for New Sports starts today (January 16). Local sports organizations may use the subvention to promote the development of new sports, thus providing more opportunities and choices for members of the public to take part in sports activities.

US Postal Service holds ceremony for Chinese Lunar Year of the Rabbit Stamp release

On Jan. 12, the United States Postal Service held a commemorative stamp issuance ceremony for the Chinese Lunar Year of the Rabbit at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year. Chinese Consul General in San Francisco Zhang Jianmin, San Francisco Mayor London Breed, and others were present to witness.

HK Ballet's 'Romeo + Juliet' opens to full house in New York

The Hong Kong Ballet kicked off its much-anticipated United States (US) tour of "Romeo + Juliet" with a full house at New York City Center on January 13 (New York time), enthralling the audience with a stunning visual feast set in 1960s Hong Kong.

Travel More: Heaven-like place in Xinjiang - Hemu Village

Hemu Village in Burqin County is close to Kanas Lake and has a lovely setting. Although Kanas Lake's tranquil beauty may already be well known to many, Hemu Village's lush grassland, endless woodland, and hazy snowcapped mountains will welcome you to a secret Chinese fairyland.

Photos | 2023 CNY lantern displays to be staged at Cultural Centre Piazza from today

As the Lunar New Year is approaching, the HK government will present the Urban Lunar New Year Lantern Displays "The Luck-Bringing Rabbit - Lanterns to Celebrate the New Year" at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre (HKCC) Piazza from today (Jan. 12) to celebrate the advent of the Lunar New Year with members of the public. The display will last until February 7 and admission is free.
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