The Chinese New Year is here, and we welcome the Year of the Rabbit. In the eyes of people, rabbits are not only gentle and cute, but also timid and fearful. Their extremely fast running speed combined with their round shape always makes people laugh. In Chinese culture, the jade rabbit is a symbol of good luck and fortune, and is also the subject of legend.
Happy Chinese New Year! At the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit, we would like to thank you for your support over the past year. Without your support, we would not have made it this far.
Therefore, in the coming year, we promise to produce more interesting programs for you, and we hope you will continue to support us.
Now, we would like to invite our energetic youth in Hong Kong to send us New Year greetings!
Chagan Lake, located in the northwestern part of Jilin Province, is currently the largest natural lake in the province in Northeast China. Chagan Lake is blessed with unique and diverse resources, with especially rich fishery products. Ice fishing on Chagan Lake is a well-known winter event throughout the country, which has been listed as a Jilin provincial intangible cultural heritage.
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.
Born in 1953 in Wales, England, Eleri Wynne graduated from the University of Reading with a Master's degree in Literature and Education, and is a pianist, fluent in English, Welsh, French, Swedish, Chinese and other languages. Since arriving in China in 1992, Wynne has lived in the country for 30 years and says it feels more like home to her than England.
In this program, we have invited Mr. Bernard Chan, Vice Chairman of the Board of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, who has a unique perspective on the development of arts and culture in Hong Kong.
In today's program, we are glad to have invited Mr. Andrew Yao Cho-fai to discuss with us his understanding of nurturing talent in HK. After being re-elected last month as an HK deputy to the National People's Congress, Yao said he sees himself as "a bridge between the motherland and the people of Hong Kong."
The SAR Government published the Northern Metropolis Development Strategy Report in 2021, which proposed five major rail transport projects, half of which are planned to be connected to Shenzhen. The latest Policy Address also focused on transport in the north, including the construction of "three roads and three railways," which will play a key role in the mobility of people between Hong Kong and Shenzhen. The integration and connection of Hong Kong and Shenzhen is undoubtedly key element of the Northern Metropolis plan.