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Hong Kong Dance Company unveils 2024/25 'Moving Beyond Tradition' season theme

The Hong Kong Dance Company (HKDance) held a press conference today (June 18) to announce the details of its 2024/25 season and cultural exchange plans, alongside establishing a new arts education space in East Hong Kong.

Local Organic Watermelon Festival 2024 held

The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) will hold the Local Organic Watermelon Festival 2024 from June 21. The AFCD introduced four highlighted varieties of organic watermelons this year.

HK students' creative thinking on par with international standards, study says

​The results on creative thinking in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2022 announced today (June 18) showed that the performance of 15-year-old Hong Kong students was on par with the international average. With reference from the study findings as well as Hong Kong students' performance in other assessments, the Education Bureau (EDB) will continue collaborating with various stakeholders to enhance the international competitiveness of Hong Kong students.

A 10-foot-long python found at Island East Transfer Station

Police received a report at 10:29 am today (June 18) from a man about a 10-foot-long python at the Island East Transfer Station at 10 Sun Yip Street, Chai Wan.

Fujian Fanghua Yue Opera Troupe to perform beautiful Yue opera at inaugural Chinese Culture Festival in July

The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) has invited the Fujian Fanghua Yue Opera Troupe to come to Hong Kong to perform three Yue opera performances in the Yin style at the inaugural Chinese Culture Festival (CCF). Wang Junan, the fifth-generation disciple of great master Yin Guifang, will collaborate with China Theatre Plum Blossom Award (Plum Blossom Award) winners Zheng Quan and Li Min to stage "the most beautiful Yue opera", "Liu Yong" and classic work "The Jade Dragonfly", respectively.

Hydrogen devt strategy launched

The government on Monday (June 17) announced the Strategy of Hydrogen Development in Hong Kong.

HK rose to rank fifth in World Competitiveness Yearbook 2024

In the latest World Competitiveness Yearbook (WCY) 2024 published by the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Hong Kong's ranking improved by two places to fifth globally.

Task Force for Article 23 legislation honored CE's Award for Exemplary Performance

The Chief Executive, John Lee, announced today (June 18) that the recipient of the second Chief Executive's Award for Exemplary Performance is the Task Force for Basic Law Article 23 Legislation, comprising members from the Department of Justice, the Security Bureau and the Hong Kong Police Force.

HKEx to trade as usual during signal No. 8 and Black Rainstorm from Sept 23, John Lee announces

HKEx will implement a new arrangement starting from September 23 this year, whereby the securities market will not stop trading and will remain in operation during inclement weather, and investors will be able to continue to trade during signal No. 8 or above, or during black rainstorms, Chief Executive John Lee said today (June 11) at a press conference.

Yip Wai-hong, Father of Children's Choir in HK, passes away at 94

Hong Kong musical composer and educator, Yip Wai-hong, passed away on June 16 at the age of 94.

Visitor arrivals in first five months increased by 80% year-on-year, HKTB says

The preliminary visitor arrivals figure for May was 3.4 million, a year-on-year increase of 20%, the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) announced yesterday (June 17).

HKETO Berlin celebrates Dragon Boat Festival at 25th anniversary of Berlin CityCup

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Berlin (HKETO Berlin) sponsored the Berlin CityCup dragon boat races held on June 15 and 16 (Berlin time).

Christine Choi: Increase in university fees will not be accomplished in one step

Secretary for Education Christine Choi said in a radio program today (June 17) that the government had promised to target a cost recovery rate of 18% for university tuition fees, but the current university tuition fees have not been adjusted since the 1996/97 academic year, and the target recovery rate is only about 13%, and she said that tuition fees would be increased, but not in one go.

Eason Chan's Foshan concerts postponed to January 2025 due to fractured jaw

Eason Chan, the renowned Hong Kong singer, suffered a heatstroke and fainted while playing tennis on June 10, resulting in a fractured jaw after hitting the ground. This incident led to the postponement of his concert in Chongqing.

Water Supplies Department announces establishment of Digital Water Office

The Water Supplies Department (WSD) announced today (June 17) the establishment of the Digital Water Office (the Office), merging the divisions within the WSD responsible for efficiency enhancement, digital modeling, and information systems. The Office will be dedicated to driving the digitalisation of water supply services.
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