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Veteran stage manager to give talk series

Stage management veteran Peter Li will share his extensive experience in a talk series from August to October.

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Yu Hon-ting to stage latest production

Playwright Yu Hon-ting will present his latest stage production, Doubt, in September.

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Kwok Ka-ying to give yangqin recital

Local yangqin virtuoso Kwok Ka-ying will stage a recital in September.

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Tap dance show to be staged

The R&T (Rhythm & Tempo) group will present a free tap dance theatre production The Wish of Tap Tap in July.

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Lieder classic to be performed

Acclaimed tenor David Quah and pianist Timmy Tsang will perform Schubert's Die Schone Mullerin in October.

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German lieder series to be held

Conductor Prof Chan Wing-wah will host the Lecture Demonstration Series on Romanticism & German Lieder in September.

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Peter Yung classics to be screened

The Film Archive will screen four films by director and producer Peter Yung as part of its Movie Talk series in July.

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Popular vocal group to perform

Local a-cappella group Orange will perform three concerts in August as part of the Leisure & Cultural Services Department’s International Arts Carnival.

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Summer reading month launches

Summer Reading Month 2014 has launched at the Hong Kong Central Library alongside a thematic children's exhibition, The Earth & I: Sustainable Development.

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New items on show at Bruce Lee expo

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department will launch special programmes at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and introduce new items to its Bruce Lee: Kung Fu • Art • Life thematic exhibition.

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Funerary pottery on display

The Museum of History will hold an exhibition featuring 76 sets of burial pottery from the Western Han to the Southern Dynasties, from July 16 until September 25. 

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Interactive expo tests physical skills

Visitors to the Science Museum can test their fitness and co-ordination at the Move & Play exhibit, running from June 20 to October 29.

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Museum opens sit-down celebration

Chairs are part of everyday life, yet we seldom give them a second thought. A new Hong Kong Heritage Museum exhibition, The Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Chairs for Viewing the World Through Time, tells the story of more than 130 chairs, to help visitors to see they really are more than part of the furniture.

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Talented pianist to perform

Local pianist Timothy Kwok will hold a recital at City Hall on July 27.

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Ballet appreciation talks set

Renowned local dance critic Margaret Lau will host the lecture series Famous Choreographers and their Masterpieces from July to September.

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Postal staff recount GPO tales

A Hongkong Post exhibition showcasing the old General Post Office that stood at the Junction of Pedder Street and Des Voeux Road from 1911 to 1976 comes alive through interviews with people who worked there.

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Rare tea ware on display

The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware will hold an exhibition featuring 64 sets of Ming, Qing and contemporary purple clay tea ware to celebrate its 30th anniversary, from March 26 to July 10.

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Theatre Ronin to perform local drama

Theatre Ronin will stage Sew & Soul, an adaptation of local writer Hon Lai-chu's work, in May.

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Chamber Choir to perform

The Hong Kong Chamber Choir will perform classics by Bach, Monteverdi and Pergolesi at Tsuen Wan Town Hall on April 20.

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