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Photos | Chinese paintings of famous artists Chen Ziyi and Yu Yuan-chia on display at Central Library

The Hong Kong Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Creation Association will hold an exhibition at the exhibition gallery of Hong Kong Central Library from May 23 to 27, showing paintings, calligraphy, and other works of Chan Chi-ngai and Yu Yuan-chia, two well-known artists in Chinese painting, as well as their apprentices.

Inaugural Chinese Culture Festival to present two North Road Bangzi opera classics from Shanxi

The inaugural Chinese Culture Festival (CCF), organized by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD), will present two North Road Bangzi opera plays set in Tang dynasty, "Sobering Up after Being Drunk" and "Dotting the Eye of a Painted Dragon", by the Academy of Xinzhou Studies, in June.

Photos | Forbidden City and Palace of Versailles: witnessing Sino-French cultural exchanges

An exhibition jointly held by the Palace Museum and the Palace of Versailles, focusing on the exchanges between China and France in the 17th and 18th centuries, kicked off on April 1 in Beijing.

Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson to perform Bach's monumental work in HK in June

World-renowned Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson will visit Hong Kong in June to stage a recital in the Great Music 2024, presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD). He will perform one work, the Bach classic "Goldberg Variations, BWV 988", in an interpretation accomplished with technical virtuosity and unique musical perspective, while showcasing his extraordinary charm.

Travel More: An old village in a Chinese painting

Situated beneath the well-known Mount Huangshan, the 900-year-old town of Hongcun has managed to hold onto its tranquil ambiance and unique Hui-style buildings, which are among the most significant examples of ancient Chinese architecture.

Last chance: Books for Love @ $10 charity book sale to close Sunday

Swire Properties' charity book sale "Books for Love @ $10" returns from May 9 to 12 and 16 to 19. Heading back to its regular venue at ArtisTree and Berkshire House in Taikoo Place, this year's event invites bookworms to dig through over 320,000 pre-loved books of various genres – all for just HK$10!

1ST TIME EVER! HK, China to host FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final 2024 in November

The FIBA 3x3 World Tour 2024 season grand finale will be held in Hong Kong, China for the first time ever on November 23-24. The world's best 3x3 men's teams will battle it out for the World Tour title.

McDonald's App suspended on May 14 to 15 for upgrade

McDonald's APP service will be suspended from May 14 to 15.

Icelandic piano star Víkingur Ólafsson to perform Bach's monumental work in HK in June

World-renowned Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson will visit Hong Kong in June to stage a recital in the Great Music 2024, presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD). He will perform one work, the Bach classic "Goldberg Variations, BWV 988", in an interpretation accomplished with technical virtuosity and unique musical perspective, while showcasing his extraordinary charm.

Bouncing back after work injury: Employees funded by govt's rehabilitation program

In September 2022, the Government rolled out the Pilot Rehabilitation Programme for Employees Injured at Work, providing injured construction employees with private out-patient rehabilitation treatment services to facilitate their early recovery and return to work.

A Thousand Hamlet | The romance of HK

Vincenzo Luongo will carry his suitcase to Peel Street in Central around 11 a.m. to paint portraits. He charges 100 HKD for one portrait. He settled on the most popular graffiti wall on Peel Street, and pinned his past creations on the colorful wall, along with a Chinese self-introduction about and an advertising slogan: I can draw you in my imagination. Vincenzo, whose Chinese name is Long Yunsheng, uses recycled cardboard, newspapers, magazines, fabrics and maps to paint. As an Italian artist who travels around the world, he came to Hong Kong in April 2024.

Renowned Tajik virtuoso Sirojiddin Juraev to make HK debut in June

Upon the invitation of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Grammy-nominated Tajik maestro Sirojiddin Juraev will make his Hong Kong debut and stage a concert in June. Together with two Tajik musicians, Juraev will perform classical pieces with traditional Central Asian musical instruments. He will also play his original compositions with local musicians, allowing audiences to enjoy the ancient rhythms and modern tunes of the Silk Road.

A Thousand Hamlet | Macao's Hotel Central reopens as a beacon of architectural heritage

After years of restoration and revitalization, the Hotel Central, located in the heart of Macao's historic city center on Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro, has recently reopened its doors.

Clockenflap 2024: Limited blind bird tickets available

Hong Kong's biggest outdoor music festival Clockenflap is making its comeback from November 29 to December 1 at Central Harbourfront.

The chapter closed and boarded up: Taylor Swift lays bare her heartbreak in new album

The platform said that Taylor Swift's new album, The Tortured Poets Department, has broken the record for Spotify's most-streamed in a single day.
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