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    主持人:Janice Wong



    Join Janice Wong every Saturday morning at 9.05, as she discovers all sorts of fascinating new things about Hong Kong's flourishing arts and culture life. With the help of her team, plenty of expert guests, and the magic of radio, she'll be taking you on an artistic "what's on?" adventure each week.

    From exhibitions, to music, to cultural happenings of all kinds, make sure to get your edition of... CultureZine.

    Saturday mornings at 9.05... on Radio 3

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    Andreas von Buddenbrock - Ink artist / Ng Chuen-pei - Pen Collector / Robert Pepper - Artist and principal of Art Academy London / Yvonne Barrie - vocalist

    This week, Janice speaks to an ink artist who has just published his first book of Hong Kong drawings. She also speaks to a pen collector who’s adamant about sticking to ink and paper. What’s more, CultureZine’s art expert Ingrid Chen dives into the controversy about the first official portrait of King Charles…Is it good? Is it bad? And...why is it so red?

    If you know of something special — a place, a person, or an experience in the arts and culture space... then let us know. Send an email to culturezine@rthk.hk

    Saturday mornings at 9:05... on Radio 3

    15/06/2024 - 足本 Full (HKT 09:05 - 10:00)

    15/06/2024 - Andreas Von Buddenbrock - Ink artist

    As we all know there are lots of different attractions in Hong Kong, from famous landmarks to sky scrapers and hiking trails. Now, Andreas Von Buddenbrock - an ink artist from Sweden who has been sketching his way around Hong Kong over the past few years has decided to put some of his best work in a book titled The Ink Trail Hong Kong. Andreas spoke to Janice Wong. He told her more about his book and his inspiration from Japanese manga:

    15/06/2024 - Robert Pepper - Principal of Academy Art London

    Remember the first official portrait of King Charles as monarch, raised many people’s eyebrows when it was first unveiled earlier this year?  Artist Jonathon Yeo depicted the king against a background of crimson red brush strokes, sparking mixed reactions. And now the portrait which will on display in a central London gallery until the 21st of this month, has been defaced by animal campaigners trying to advance their cause, though they did no permanent damage. So why did the portrait cause such mixed reaction in the first place? CultureZine's art expert Ingrid Chen spoke to artist Robert Pepper, who is also the principal of Art Academy London:

    15/06/2024 - Ng Chuen-pei - Pen collector

    Fountain pens used to be the dominant writing instrument, until they were pushed to the brink of extinction by the advent of ballpoint pens decades ago. But in recent years, there’s been a bit of a resurgence in the popularity of fountain pens. Janice Wong spoke to Ng Chuen-pei, or CP, who turned his obsession with pens, ink and paper into a business – a pen store in Sham Shui Po:

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    Philip Ng - Martial Arts Actor / Tang Shu-wing - Artistic Director of the International Shakespeare Festival / Terry Ng - Assistant Curator (Chinese Antiquities) at HK Museum of Art / Frances Minji -

    主持人:Janice Wong

    This week, Janice Wong speaks to someone that audiences love to hate: Philip Ng – who plays a particularly vicious villain in the hottest flick in town – Twilight of the Warriors: Walled in. The artistic director of Hong Kong’s first ever International Shakespeare Festival will also tell CultureZine the thinking behind their non-verbal performance of King Lear. What’s more, Janice Wong will take you on a tour of the snuff bottle exhibition at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, and also the new-look fabric market in Sham Shui Po.

    If you know of something special — a place, a person, or an experience in the arts and culture space... then let us know. Send an email to culturezine@rthk.hk

    Saturday mornings at 9:05... on Radio 3

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    01/06/2024 - 足本 Full (HKT 09:05 - 10:00)

    01/06/2024 - Philip Ng - Martial Arts Actor

    There’s been a lot of talk about the latest martial arts flick that’s got local movie lovers buzzing. Twilight of the Warriors: Walled in has got a lot going for it – incredible action and choreography, big name actors, a classic Hong Kong martial arts story, and nostalgic callbacks galore, complete with realistic sets of the Kowloon Walled City. But all great martial arts movies needs one absolutely essential ingredient: a compelling villain. And Twilight of the Warriors definitely has one in the form of martial arts actor Philip Ng. But his character isn’t all muscle and menace… he brings a bit of comedy and a lot of flamboyance that makes his character really, really easy to hate. Janice Wong asked him how he did it… but before that she asked him why he thinks audiences have been loving the movie so far:

    01/06/2024 - Terry Ng - Assistant Curator (Chinese Antiquities) HKMoA

    We here at CultureZine understand that art and culture comes in all shapes and sizes… and so we move from a big budget blockbuster to something much smaller… something that can easily fit in the palm of your hand… snuff bottles. And there’s a terrific display of 490 of these intricate bottles at the Hong Kong Art Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui. They’re from the Fuyun Xuan Collection - an important private collection in Hong Kong established by the late local collector, Christopher Sin. The collection donated by his wife - is the most extensive collection of its kind ever received by a museum in Hong Kong. Terry Ng- the Assistant Curator for Chinese Antiquities at the Hong Kong museum gave Janice Wong a tour of the miniature masterpieces:

    01/06/2024 - Tang Shu-wing - Artistic Director of the HK International Shakespeare Festival

    Hong Kong’s first international Shakespeare festival kicks off on Wednesday… and one of the highlights is a completely non-verbal performance of King Lear with an all-female cast. The artistic director of the festival Tang Shu-wing told Janice Wong about the thinking behind the show, and also why he decided to bring the festival to Hong Kong:

    01/06/2024 - Frances Minji - Local Fashion Designer

    Finally, Janice Wong popped down to Sham Shui Po for a tour of the redesigned fabric market there that’s been named Fabrimark. She spoke with the creative mind behind its refresh – France Minji: