Backstage with Dave of Glass Animals Glass Animals made one of the coolest quarantine music videos for "Dreamland", and Dave told Alyson all about the challenges he faced making it, via the new Zoom BackStage interview!! Find out about his fascination on Timbaland beats and his insane mood-lighting!!
On Wednesday's 123 Show we're talking to certified executive coach Shirley Adiran, the founder & CEO of the Career Catalyst Group, about people looking for work and wanting to change how they work. That's at 1.30. After 2.30 Cruzanne Macalligan is with us for our mid-week audio column. This week Cruz will talk about neon signs, a classic part of the Hong Kong urban landscape.
Welcome to Wednesday on Morning Brew. Janice Jensen from Nevis Animal Speak will be joining us (on Facebook live too) from Texas at 9.40 today. Her message is; “positive reinforcement is power”, unless of course you’re a cat owner, then forget it. If you’ve been listening to Morning Brew for a while you’ll know just how good Hong Kong’s musicians and bands are. For a perfect reminder make sure you stay with us at 10.40 this morning. On July 1st we broadcast a special concert which was recorded in our big Studio 1. It featured the excellent ska band The Red Stripes, the amazing ambience of The Celestial Sound System, and hosts Carolyn and Paul, The Pop Fugitives. To cheer you up today in the best way possible we’ll bring you a truncated version. Join us for 17 minutes of wall to wall ska, that was most definitely... Made in Hong Kong. After 11.30 our friend Philippe Dova from RTL France will return with more stories and wonderful French music. And, at 12.10 we’re off to visit Chris Watts again at his Motion Dynamics studio in Central, where he’s going to explain just how good stretching is for you.
On Wednesday's Backchat, the internet and the National Security Law.
Shortform video app Tiktok has announced it is exiting from Hong Kong within days, while other media companies Whatsapp, Google, Twitter and Facebook say they will suspend responding to Hong Kong government's requests for user information.
This came exactly a week after the National Security Law on Hong Kong was passed on June 30. What impact will this have on internet users in Hong Kong?
Let us know your thoughts. You can leave a message on our Facebook page Backchat on RTHK Radio 3, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call on 23388266
The global stock rally has faltered as investors focused on the flare-up in Covid-19 cases in several countries around the world. On Wall Street on Tuesday, the S&P 500 fell for the first time in six days, declining 1.1%. The slump continued into Asian trading on Wednesday morning, with Australian stocks leading the way as the ASX 200 fell 0.7%. China’s CSI 300 of Shanghai- and Shenzhen-listed stocks advanced 0.6%, taking this week’s rally to more than 7%. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index added 0.3%. Shares in HSBC fell 2.7% on concerns that Washington may punish banks in Hong Kong for the national security law.
On Thursday’s Money Talk, we’re joined by Personal Wealth Advisor, Enzio von Pfeil and Ben Quinlan, CEO & Managing Partner at Quinlan & Associates. With a view from South Korea is Peter Kim, Managing Director and Investment Strategist at KB Securities.
Broadcaster and foodie, Saadia Usmani is all set to take to the airwaves with her new weekly cooking show called On The Menu on Saturday 4 July 2020 between 8.30 and 9am on RTHK Radio 3.
Each week you can join Saadia as she introduces you to some of her favourite world recipes, made simple and easy for you to try at home. Every other week she will showcase the diverse communities in Hong Kong by joining local cooks in their kitchen to share their recipes and food related memories, including great recipes from Africa, Egypt, Italy and the UK!
On The Menu aims to get people from all walks of life cooking with confidence with easy to follow steps, tips and techniques, using accessible local ingredients.
With South Asian roots, Saadia was brought up in the UK and spent a lot of her time in the kitchen with her mum, an entrepreneur and an amazing cook who ran her own ‘take-away’ in the 1970’s in Tooting, South West London. Food played a major role in her family, inspiring her interests in cooking. Saadia has lived and travelled to many countries, experiencing a diversity of cuisines, picking up a range culinary skills along the way.
This coming July 1st holiday, join us for “Made in Hong Kong”, a very special Radio 3 concert at 1.10 in the afternoon, dedicated to you, and music lovers everywhere. From RTHK Studio 1, Carolyn Wright and Paul Haswell bring you the amazing ska sounds of The Red Stripes, featuring Pete Millward’s Celestial Sound System, and guitar virtuoso Eugene Pao. As the gig scene in this town gets back on its feet, let’s help it on its way, and celebrate everything that is… MADE IN HONG KONG.
Operation Santa Claus (OSC) is the annual charity campaign jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong and the South China Morning Post. It aims to support the Hong Kong community and beyond, through the combined charitable fundraising power of two of Hong Kong’s most respected news organisations. Over the past 32 years, it has raised more than HK$316 million for nearly 300 charities.
We are now inviting a new round of funding proposals. The maximum funding amount per project is HK$1 million. We will also welcome the submission of COVID-19-related projects addressing coronavirus relief proposals and other recovery plans for the community.
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- Submit a detailed proposal on how your programmes bring positive change to the lives of disadvantaged people in Hong Kong.
Submission deadline: 17th July 2020 (Friday) 5:00PM
Application results announcement: September 2020
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