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280 student bands to compete

More than 280 orchestras and bands from primary and secondary schools will compete in the 2017 Hong Kong Youth Music Interflows from November 21 to December 8.

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Museum of Art on wheels again

The Museum of Art has launched the third phase of the Jockey Club "Museum of Art on Wheels" Outreach Learning Programme to enable the public to experience Hong Kong's art and hybrid culture.

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Sun Yat-sen expo to open

An exhibition on replicas of historical documents portraying Dr Sun Yat-sen's political life will open on October 20.

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Award-winning choir to perform

South Africa's award-winning Soweto Gospel Choir will stage three concerts in late October.

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Symphony orchestra concerts set

The Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra will present three concerts in November and December.

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Visual book show opens

The "Sparkle! Room for a Book" exhibition has opened at Oi! in North Point.

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Yu So-chow films to be screened

The Film Archive will screen nine films starring late martial arts actress Yu So-chow in November and December.

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Youth orchestras to perform

The youth symphony orchestras of Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Macau will perform a joint concert in October.

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Jazz talks set for Oct, Nov

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department will hold jazz lectures in October and November.

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Award-winning pianist to perform

International Chopin Piano Competition winner Rafal Blechacz will give a recital in October.

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Award-winning film to screen

The Film Archive will screen the star-studded film Center Stage (1992) at 7pm on October 27.

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Choir concert set for October

Internationally-acclaimed choir The Sixteen will return to Hong Kong for a performance in October.

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Re-enacting royal residences

Located next to the Palace of Heavenly Purity in the Forbidden City in Beijing, the Hall of Mental Cultivation was the political power base of the Qing dynasty. To allow visitors to travel back in time see how Qing rulers lived and worked, the Leisure & Cultural Services Department and the Palace Museum are holding the "Hall of Mental Cultivation of The Palace Museum - Imperial Residence of Eight Emperors" exhibition at the Heritage Museum.

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Birthday gifts fit for royalty

As the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region celebrates its 20th anniversary, the Museum of History is holding a birthday-themed exhibition.

 

It brings visitors back to the Qing dynasty for a glimpse of the precious birthday gifts bestowed upon emperors and empress dowagers.

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