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03/12/2022
The Works
The Works
Hong Kong Palace Museum is staging an exhibition featuring some of the finest art works collected over centuries by the princes of one of Europe's smallest states, the principality of Liechtenstein that lies between Switzerland and Austria. “Odysseys of Art: Masterpieces Collected by the Princes of Liechtenstein” showcases over 120 paintings, prints, tapestries, sculptures, and decorative art objects selected from over 30,000 works in the Princely Collections. How can music from jazz greats such as John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Charles Mingus, and Nina Simone be transposed into visual art? That’s the idea behind “You Will be Remembered”, US artist Adia Millett's second solo exhibition in Asia, which is currently on show at Galerie du Monde. Millett listened to a selection of jazz music over days and weeks and read commentaries and background on the music to create a series of abstract paintings made up of patterns, shapes and forms reminiscent of those you might find in quilt making designs or even stained glass. The turmoil and struggles of life are the theme of an upcoming concert of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. It is presenting a programme of music composed against the backdrop of the two World Wars by Benjamin Britten, Edward Elgar, and Dmitri Shostakovich. One is the orchestral interlude, “Four Sea Interludes” from Britten’s first successful opera, "Peter Grimes". There's also Edward Elgar’s most confessional and final major work for orchestra, the Cello Concerto. And to complete the concert, Shostakovich’s Ninth Symphony. Cellist Jan Vogler is here with us to tell us more.
02/11/2022
Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit
Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit
The Global Financial Leaders' Investment Summit ("Summit") is a budget initiative announced by the Financial Secretary in his 2022-23 Budget. To further tap into Hong Kong's strength in attracting investment and our influence as an international financial centre, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority will organise the Summit at the Four Seasons Hotel on 2 November and at the HKEX Connect Hall on 3 November. The high-level event on 2 November features speeches by HKSAR Government leaders, Chinese financial regulators, as well as themed panels on three topics, namely "Navigating through Uncertainty", "Technology, Innovation and the Future of Finance" and "Sustainable Finance - from Paris to Sharm el-Sheikh and Beyond". First and foremost are the uncertainties brought by rising interest rates and the risk of stagflation, further complicated by geopolitical tensions and the lingering impact of pandemic. Two mega trends that have profound implications for the future of finance: technology and sustainability will also be covered. The Summit will bring together an eminent group of global financial leaders from over 100 major institutions including banks, securities firms, asset managers, private equity and venture capital firms, hedge funds, and insurers. More than 30 of these institutions are represented by their group chairmen or CEOs. These will showcase Hong Kong’s positioning as China’s gateway and opportunities from the Greater Bay Area, and will provide a perfect opportunity for financial leaders to network, explore collaboration / expansion of business in Hong Kong.
17/10/2022
Everlasting Cantonese Music (English version)
Everlasting Cantonese Music (English version)
In this episode, we will appreciate 3 pieces of Cantonese music with our audience: “Memories of Willow Embankment”, “A Leaf out of Autumn” and “New Rendition of Early Cantonese Music”. “Memories of Willow Embankment” created by KO Yun-hung is originated from a love story from “Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio”. Two “yifan” modes, namely “fanxian” and “hechexian” are adopted in the piece to express the poignant sentiments in the story. Composer Clarence MAK creates “A Leaf out of Autumn” with modern techniques. It sounds like traditional Cantonese music in the first place, but listeners will find it is different from the traditional music when they listen carefully. This piece is the fruit of the composer’s exploration of combining new and old music. Alfred WONG arranges “A Riveting Tune” created by YU Qiwei in the 1990’s and performs it with “‘hard bow’ five-piece combo and ensemble”. The Chinese name of this piece combines the original title and the name of the first Cantonese music monograph “The Essential Book of Strings and Songs”, as WONG hopes that listeners can enjoy the charm of early Cantonese music through this piece. Host: KWOK Ka-ying Programme: KO Yun-hung “Memories of Willow Embankment” (2020) [“Soft Bow” Five-Piece Combo] (Commissioned Work) Clarence MAK “A Leaf out of Autumn” (2006) [“Soft Bow” Five-Piece Combo] YU Qiwei (Arranged by Alfred WONG) “New Rendition of Early Cantonese Music” (2021) [“Hard Bow” Five-Piece Combo and Ensemble] (Commissioned Work) KO Yun-hung was born into a family of Cantonese opera with three generations of famous Cantonese musicians. He is a versatile musician in the Cantonese opera world, who acquires a masterful command across instrumental categories including percussion, wind, string, plucked-string, as well as music theory. Clarence MAK is Head of Composition and Electronic Music of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Professor YU Qiwei is a gaohu virtuoso with National Class One Musician accreditation. He is now Head of Chinese Music of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Composer Alfred WONG received awards such as Best Serious Composition Award in CASH Golden Sail Music Awards and Bronze award in China’s “Xinyi Cup” for original work for Chinese orchestra by young composers. Kwok Ka-ying is a young Hong Kong yangqin player. She is the first postgraduate to be awarded a master’s degree in yangqin from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and also a resident musician of the Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble.

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04/12/2022
#Hashtag Hong Kong
#Hashtag Hong Kong
Hello, my name is So Yeon. I am working as a student intern in Soap Cycling, a charity that recycles lightly used soaps from hotels to bring better hygiene to those who need it the most and help fight the waste crisis in Hong Kong.               It is only one month until Christmas and the holiday season until Chinese New year! The season of gifts, sharing and spreading love.  How are you planning to spend the season of joy? Going on a trip for a special holiday experience? Well, I am convinced that at least some of you have booked luxurious hotels in Hong Kong for a ‘staycation’. For those who aren’t familiar with the term, ‘staycation’ means a vacation that you spend near your home rather than traveling to another place. There was a local staycation boom in Hong Kong for a while, especially when the pandemic has hit the city in 2020 and 2021.               Spending quality time in a hotel is certainly a nice way to take a break and recharge yourself. However, have you ever thought of where all the used soaps or shampoos that you have left behind end up? Most of the hotels provide fresh soap, shampoo, and hair conditioner as basic amenities every day. They come in a fancy plastic packaging, and are replaced everyday even when the guest has not finished using it. More than 2 million bars of soap are discarded by hotels in Hong Kong every year, which can actually fill in volumes of 400 carpark lots.               This seemingly trivial problem has a huge environmental impact on our community. This triggered Soap Cycling to start the journey to promote hygiene and protect our environment. We collect the lightly used soaps and other sanitation amenities from hotels, and recycle them and bring them into the hands of those who need them the most. Soap Cycling works in Hong Kong and Singapore, and also receives soaps from hotels in South Korea and Japan. The recycled soaps are shipped to the Philippines to support school hygiene programs; hygiene kits and liquid soaps are distributed only locally to underprivileged people with the help of our NGO partners.               While trying to take a role in bringing about a more sustainable world, Soap Cycling also aims to create a socially inclusive community. Our MEY Program, which stands for the Cantonese word “mey” for beauty and M minorities, E elderly, and Y youth, provides employment opportunities for these often marginalized community members. …When you come to one of our recycling sessions run by student interns, our friendly and talented elderly workers will always be there to give you a hand. Should you choose to learn how to make soap from scratch, our soap master ladies with a minority background will be your teachers.               Joining some of the educational interactive sessions at our warehouse is an entertaining way you can support our core work as an NGO. Our mission to reduce waste needs as many supporters as possible, and we cannot emphasize enough the important role of individuals choosing to join the cause in addressing environmental concerns. Small actions and decisions make a big difference. We have a lot of tips on how you can turn this Holiday Season into a season of giving and truely spreading love to all.  If you want to protect the environment, and are willing to make a step forward, let’s start from there together.               Here are some very easy steps you can take while you enjoy a staycation or vacation at a hotel to make it more eco-friendly. First, bring a bar soap of yours to the hotel! Bar soaps do not have plastic overwrap or packaging, which contribute to reducing plastic waste that is thrown into landfill without being recycled. Another positive impact of natural bar soaps is that it does not have the chemical polluting the water often found in liquid soaps. Many bar soaps come with organic ingredients, with so many benefits- why not change to bar soap entirely and get rid of all the plastic waste at home, too?  Second, you can make a request to the hotel not to replace single-used plastic hygiene kits. Hygiene kits in hotels, including shampoos, hair conditioners, and hand washes are replaced everyday. Most of the products are single use plastic, which is a great waste of resources since disposable plastic items cannot biodegrade. Ask yourself whether you can finish using the shampoos or soaps within one day. For most of you, the answer would be no. So when you go on a staycation, just call the front desk and tell them there is no need to change your amenities every day!               There are a myriad of decisions one can choose to make in order to make a positive environmental impact. It does not have to be a big move. And it can be fun, too! Here, the good news is that Soap Cycling is co-hosting a Christmas market with The Green Hospitality from 23rd to 27th of December in West Cultural Kowloon District, and we are selling a variety of handmade MEY soaps. Visiting a Christmas market is great fun! What about giving some unique bar soaps as a Christmas gift for your friends and families this year?  Isn’t it a genuine Christmas spirit, reflecting others on what’s really important in our lives?

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