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    監製:Pang Kai Kwong, Mak Ka Wai

    19/05/2024

    Established in 1993, French May is one of the largest cultural events in Asia. With more than 100 programmes presented across two months, it has become an iconic part of Hong Kong's cultural scene that reaches over 200 thousand visitors each year.


    聯絡: pangkk@rthk.hk


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    EPISODES
    •  Pei Architecture,Chinese Culture Festival

      Pei Architecture,Chinese Culture Festival

      “I. M. Pei: Life Is Architecture” is the first large-scale retrospective exhibition on Pei. It will be held from June 29 to January next year, featuring more than 300 exhibits, including drawing manuscripts, architectural models, photos, videos, archives, etc, some of which are on display for the first time.

      14/06/2024
    • Chinese Culture Festival, Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races

      Chinese Culture Festival, Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races

      The inaugural Chinese Culture Festival brings a rich and colourful array of programmes, including large-scale performances such as the majestic opening dance drama Five Stars Rising in the East etc.

      12/06/2024
    • Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong,Chinese Opera Festival

      Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong,Chinese Opera Festival

      Organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the Chinese Opera Festival is being held from June to August. Eight opera troupes will perform more than 20 magnificent shows to entertain the public.
      This year’s Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong is the final opportunity for teams including China to secure their qualifications to the Paris Olympics. The six-day competitions will feature eight national teams, including China, Turkey, Brazil, Poland, Dominic Republic, Germany, Thailand and Bulgaria.

      10/06/2024
    • Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races, Pei Architecture

      Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races, Pei Architecture

      The 2024 Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races return to the Victoria Harbour, bringing you legendary dragon boat races off the Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade on 15–16 June. Thousands of the world’s top dragon boat athletes will compete for glory against the backdrop of Hong Kong’s stunning skyline.
      “I. M. Pei: Life Is Architecture” is the first large-scale retrospective exhibition on Pei. It will be held from June 29 to January next year, featuring more than 300 exhibits, including drawing manuscripts, architectural models, photos, videos, archives, etc, some of which are on display for the first time.

      07/06/2024
    •  Chinese Culture Festival,S2O Hong Kong Songkran Music Festival

      Chinese Culture Festival,S2O Hong Kong Songkran Music Festival

      The inaugural Chinese Culture Festival brings a rich and colourful array of programmes, including large-scale performances such as the majestic opening dance drama Five Stars Rising in the East, finely selected Chinese operas from ‘Chinese Opera Festival’, and outstanding local works recognised by the China National Arts Fund.
      The world’s largest water party is coming back to Hong Kong! Set against the spectacular backdrop of Central’s skyscrapers and Victoria Harbour, the S2O Hong Kong Songkran Music Festival will immerse partygoers in a world of music, water, and lights, featuring high-energy performances by world-renowned DJs and artists with stunning visual effects and 360 degrees of water splashing experience.

      05/06/2024
    • Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong,Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races

      Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong,Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races

      This year’s Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong is the final opportunity for teams including China to secure their qualifications to the Paris Olympics. The six-day competitions will feature eight national teams, including China, Turkey, Brazil, Poland, Dominic Republic, Germany, Thailand and Bulgaria.
      The 2024 Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races return to the Victoria Harbour, bringing you legendary dragon boat races off the Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade on 15–16 June. Thousands of the world’s top dragon boat athletes will compete for glory against the backdrop of Hong Kong’s stunning skyline.

      03/06/2024
    • S2O Hong Kong Songkran Music Festival, Chinese Culture Festival

      S2O Hong Kong Songkran Music Festival, Chinese Culture Festival

      The world’s largest water party is coming back to Hong Kong! Set against the spectacular backdrop of Central’s skyscrapers and Victoria Harbour, the S2O Hong Kong Songkran Music Festival will immerse partygoers in a world of music, water, and lights, featuring high-energy performances by world-renowned DJs and artists with stunning visual effects and 360 degrees of water splashing experience.

      31/05/2024
    • Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races

      Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races

      The 2024 Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races return to the Victoria Harbour, bringing you legendary dragon boat races off the Tsim Sha Tsui East Promenade on 15–16 June. Thousands of the world’s top dragon boat athletes will compete for glory against the backdrop of Hong Kong’s stunning skyline.

      29/05/2024
    • Chinese Culture Festival, Vinexpo Asia

      Chinese Culture Festival, Vinexpo Asia

      The inaugural Chinese Culture Festival brings a rich and colourful array of programmes, including large-scale performances such as the majestic opening dance drama Five Stars Rising in the East etc.

      27/05/2024
    • Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong

      Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong

      This year’s Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong is the final opportunity for teams including China to secure their qualifications to the Paris Olympics. The six-day competitions will feature eight national teams, including China, Turkey, Brazil, Poland, Dominic Republic, Germany, Thailand and Bulgaria.

      24/05/2024