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Chinese martial arts, also known as Kung Fu, are unique art forms with over 300 years of history.Kung Fu and boxing, as two different forms of martial arts, have become part of the popular culture for decades. They are featured in movies of celebrities such as Bruce Lee or Wong Fei Hung, as well as novels by renowned writer Dr. Louis Cha. Being a subject close to heart and beneficial to the body and mind, Kung Fu is attracting an increasing number of practitioners who see it as a form...
Exhibition Comixtream @ Airport – Kung Fu Trilogy 2018.07.13 - 2018.11.30 Hong Kong International Airport
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Still remember the game of hide-and-seek? You can actually play it on paper! The numerous hidden codes, symbols and ‘Easter eggs’ on each page of Push Comic’s works are the fun decoding/hunting games favoured by fans. A legend of sci-fi comics and the ‘Godfather of Pop culture’, famed Taiwanese comics artist, Push Comic, invites you to play with him for this exhibition – go on a ‘quest’ for whimsical and wild imaginations, fall for his...
Exhibition The Quest Game – Exhibition of Push Comic’s Works 2018.10.19 - 2018.11.20 Experimental Gallery, 3/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre (2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong)
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Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) has always been at the forefront in cultivating art & cultural exchange ever since its inception 40 years ago. Since 2015, HKAC curated a Hong Kong x Belgium exchange platform with FOCUS, followed by A Taste of Hong Kong at the Les Halles des Schaerbeek, which became the return show of Art Actually. The photo exhibition today is showing the crystals from the Hong Kong premiere of Art Actually.The programme was based on the principle of contemporary...
Exhibition Art Actually was here – A Photographic Retrospective 2018.10.24 - 2018.11.22 V54, No.54, Village Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong

Promoting the culture of Hong Kong comics in China, Shanghai Hong Kong Association, Hong Kong Arts Centre and Comix Home Base are co-presenting a touring exhibition and comics workshops throughout Shanghai in October to December. Hong Kong comics has been an essential role in Hong Kong culture for more than a century. For its boldness styles and distinctive characters, Hong Kong comics has captured the hearts of China and South-East Asia and many comics’ titles were even adapted...
Exhibition Hong Kong Comics Touring Showcase in Shanghai 2018.10.25 - 2018.12.31 Shanghai (Pudong District, Jing'an District, Huangpu District, Changning District, Hongkou District, Xuhui District)
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Kenji Mizoguchi is one of the most revered film masters, wowing many great American and European directors with his spectacular long shots and his dedication to depicting the suffering and sacrifice of Japanese women. With close to 100 films to his credit, Mizoguchi was one of the most prolific directors of his generation. The films selected by the Hong Kong Arts Centre in this programme include such classics as Ugetsu and early masterpieces like The Story of the Last...
Screening Kenji Mizoguchi: A Life in Film 2018.11.01 - 2018.12.02 Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre & Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) has been dedicated to facilitate local and international artistic exchange in the realm of performing arts, visual arts and moving images. This November and December, HKAC provides the public with a chance to learn more about Japanese art and culture with a series of exciting activities as part of the Japan Autumn Festival in Hong Kong - Rediscovering Nippon initiative by Consulate-General of Japan in Hong Kong. Activities organised and hosted by HKAC...
Others Japanese Art and Culture @Hong Kong Arts Centre
1 November to 2 December 2018
2018.11.01 - 2018.12.02
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Presented by: The Hong Kong International Film Festival Society Sponsoredby: Create Hong Kong, Film Development Fund   In a world where freedom is not free, imagination is given free rein in cinema! Programme Enquires: +852 2970 3300 For ticket discounts, please visit http://cinefan.com.hk/ticketing/ Screening Schedule 02/11/2018 (Fri) 19:30 Sudden Rain (Screening + Lecture) 03/11/2018 (Sat) 19:30 The Shawshank Redemption 04/11/2018...
Screening Cine Fan Nov/Dec Programmes 2018.11.02 - 2018.12.09 Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre
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Screening Schedule 03/11 (Saturday)  2:30pm   Runaway Train 10/11 (Saturday)  2:30pm   Murder on the Orient Express 10/11 (Saturday)  7:30pm   Closely Watched Trains 29/12 (Saturday)  7:30pm   Murder on the Orient Express   30/12 (Sunday)    2:30pm   Closely Watched Trains 30/12 (Sunday)    7:30pm   Runaway Train   Post-screening talks after all...
Screening Critics' Choice 2018 - From Rails to Reels 2018.11.03 - 2018.12.30 Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre
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“To See a World in a Grain of Sand” is an experiential light installation developed by the cross-disciplinary artist Chi-yung Wong. His research focuses on how mindfulness could allow us to accentuate on the present moment and raising awareness of our thoughts, feelings, senses, and surrounding, through a gentle and a non-judgmental mind. Moreover, how mindfulness could lead us to accept and understand how and why we process our feelings. This installation “To See a...
Exhibition Hong Kong x Liege - To See a World in a Grain of Sand 2018.11.06 - 2018.11.21 Salle Des Pieds Legers, Theatre of Liege, Belgium
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The exhibition proudly celebrates the 20 years of partnership between RMIT University and the Hong Kong Art School (HKAS), with a focus on the social transformations it brings. The collaboration between RMIT University and HKAS on the offering of quality tertiary education programmes in fine art has started since 1998.   All along, this treasurable partnership and the artistic accomplishments springing from it have been shaping the art ecology in Hong Kong and imposing...
Exhibition Social Transformations – An Exhibition Celebrating 20 Years of Partnership between RMIT University and Hong Kong Art School 2018.11.11 - 2018.11.28 Pao Galleries, 4-5/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, HK
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