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April 2017

July 20 2013 - July 20 2018
Hong Kong

In collaboration with the Bruce Lee Foundation in the United States, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum has organized an exhibition that looks at Bruce Lee as not only a film star and martial artist, but also cultural phenomenon. The exhibition has more than 600 invaluable items of Bruce Lee memorabilia provided by local and overseas collectors and organizations. Visitors will be able to gain a greater insight into his achievements and contributions as well as his significance in popular culture.
(Photo courtesy of the Bruce Lee Foundation).

The Hong Kong Heritage Museum
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Admission: $10 Adults (standard), $7 Groups of 20 persons or more, $5 Full time students, people with disabilities, and senior citizens aged 60 or above. Free admission for children under 4 years old and free admission on Wednesday.
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November 24 2016 - July 31 2017
Hong Kong

Sin Sin Fine Art is pleased to present a group exhibition of Japanese Photographers born in 1920s - 1940s, featuring artists Eikoh HOSOE (1933), Takashi KIJIMA (1920-2011), Daido MORIYAMA (1938), Takayuki OGAWA (1936-2008), Eiichiro SAKATA (1941), Hajime SAWATARI (1940), Issei SUDA (1940) and Shomei TOMATSU (1930-2012).

The exhibition is curated by Sin Sin Man in collaboration with Akio Nagasawa. The seminal works of Postwar Photography in such a scale are brought to Hong Kong for the very first time. Japanese Photography is one of the biggest artistic contributions to the world by a single country in recent history. Though not imitative of traditional Japanese art forms, there is a similar regard for subtle balance, delicate mood and fine craftsmanship. These photographs provide an exclusive access to a particular time as it's seen by the eight legendary photographers through their camera lens.

Sin Sin Fine Art
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March 01 2017 - April 30 2017
Hong Kong

You don't have to visit the museum to get in touch with your artistic side. In everyday life, we often interact with artwork even without our noticing it. 10 exquisite sets of artwork from resident artists of the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) will be showcased at Arttube in MTR Central Station, injecting creativity into the heart of the community.

Arttube, MTR Central Station, Exit J
Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC)
Free Admission
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March 02 2017 - May 15 2017
Hong Kong

Hong Kong may be a small city, but it was once the world's largest toy exporter. High-quality, low-cost toys drew international brands to the city looking for factories to carry out production. Meanwhile, local toy manufacturers strived to create their own brands and tapped into overseas markets with premium products, taking Hong Kong-made toys to the world's arena. When it all started, Hong Kong was virtually unheard of and toys marked "Made in Hong Kong" were even sent back. As Hong Kong gradually built a reputation, however, "Made in Hong Kong" became a guarantee of good quality.

Special Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Museum of History
hkmh@lcsd.gov.hk
2724 9042
Mondays, Wednesdays to Sundays Standard : HK$10, Concession:HK$5 (for people with disabilities (and one accompanying carer), full time students and senior citizens aged 60 or above), Group (20 persons or above):HK$7. Free for Museum Pass holders
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March 13 2017 - April 25 2017
Hong Kong

Entertainment Expo Hong Kong is returning in March 2017 for its 13th edition. The expo will again amalgamate film, TV, digital entertainment and music under one roof, attracting the very best of international celebrities, directors and industry.

Various Venues
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
Ms. Teresa Ho
eexpo@hktdc.org
(852) 2584 4352
Various Prices
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March 14 2017 - May 30 2017

This new media art exhibition will showcase a large-scale digital sculpture created by Dutch digital artist Faiyaz Jafri and a joint new media art exhibition by 10 millennial generation artists. The blurring boundaries between different media forms bring new sensations to the audience.

Time: 10am to 11pm

K11, Tsim Sha Tsui
K11
Free Admission
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April 01 2017 (All day)
Hong Kong

Ultra GreenRace (Hong Lok Yuen)

Hong Lok Yuen
The Green Race
team@thegreenrace.hk
852 2742 6988
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April 02 2017
Hong Kong

Honestly Green is finally hosting their first-ever trial Poho Market this Sunday in Sheung Wan, hosted with special thanks to Teakha and their Tai Ping Shan Street neighbours. They have collaborated with local organic farmers to showcase the freshest in local seasonal produce. Why not head on over and show them some love!

PS. Bring your friends (furry ones too)!

Outside Teakha, 18 Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan
Honestly Green
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April 07 2017 - April 09 2017
Hong Kong

The 2017 Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens, organised by the Hong Kong Rugby Union, marks the 42nd year of sevens in Hong Kong, with 120,000 visitors expected to attend the event.

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April 09 2017 (All day)
Hong Kong

The world-famous Thai New Year know in Thai as Songkran is celebrated every year by Thais residing in Hong Kong along with locals Hong Kong people. This year the main action takes place in Kowloon City, sometimes known as Hong Kong’s ‘mini Thailand’. Indulge in Thai hospitality in the form of water splashing and fun!

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April 11 2017 - April 25 2017
Hong Kong

Screening over 250 titles from more than 55 countries in over 11 major cultural venues, the Hong Kong International Film Festival is one of the city’s major cultural events.

Various Venues
Hong Kong International Film Festival Society Ltd.
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April 12 2017 - April 16 2017
Hong Kong

The championship returns to Asia for the second time. More than 300 top riders from 40 national and regional teams will compete at Hong Kong Velodrome, so get ready for some cycling action!

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April 13 2017 - April 16 2017
Hong Kong

Organised by the HKTDC, this is Asia's largest Electronics Fair where innovative products are launched and where thousands of exhibitors and brands are represented.

The exhibitions are spread out into zones for easy navigation i.e. Home Appliances, Electronic Gaming, Solar Technology, Personal Electronics, etc.

There is also a "Small Order Zone" where hundreds of products and samples are available in small quantities.

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
HK$100 per person
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April 13 2017 - April 16 2017

Organised by the HKTDC, this is Asia's largest Electronics Fair where innovative products are launched and where thousands of exhibitors and brands are represented. The exhibitions are spread out into zones for easy navigation i.e. Home Appliances, Electronic Gaming, Solar Technology, Personal Electronics, etc.

There is also a "Small Order Zone" where hundreds of products and samples are available in small quantities.

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
HK100 but free if you pre-register at the HKTDC website. Open to trade visitors, must be over 18 years old.
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April 21 2017 - April 22 2017

The Fourth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC2017@HK), to be held in Hong Kong, will focus on Asia-Pacific leaders' policies and initiatives in confronting the global threats of climate change. ICCC2017@HK "Post-Paris Agreement: Time to Act" will gather top international and regional environmental experts from academia and government, and influential private sector leaders to explore issues vital to Asia in light of the recent Paris Climate Agreement.

The Paris Agreement was developed to fortify the global response to climate change by positioning the world to avoid dangerous climate change through limiting global warming to well below 2°C. The agreement will help empower countries in developing capabilities and implementing policies to reduce the impact of climate change.

Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 17 Science Museum Rd, Hung Hom
Hong Kong Climate Change Forum
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April 21 2017

The Future of GREENovation Forum 2017
There is a global sustainability crisis right at our doorstep. The current capitalist economy is apparently taking us down, along with the planet Earth. As temperatures keep climbing and the future gets bleaker, we may wonder: is there a way out of this man-made disaster?
As a social catalyst for collective behavior change towards a more sustainable planet since 2012, Green Monday is proud to present a strong line-up of entrepreneurs, impact investors and thought-leaders at the forum. They will be sharing how their big visions and persistent actions innovate their specialized fields, offering solutions and inspiring people to make conscious choices for a greener future.

The Annex, 2/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Green Monday
HK$580 – HK$1,380
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April 22 2017 (All day)

YCIS Hong Kong will host a special event to celebrate Earth Day this year.

"We're gearing up to bring you a super fun-packed family day out to celebrate our beautiful home, planet Earth. There will be lots of fun activities, interactive games, performances, a Live Art Battle, Wells Cathedral School Jazz Concert, and our eco-friendly market offering all kinds of mouth-watering goodies as well as environmentally sound gifts and souvenirs. (Don't forget to pick up your FREE limited edition Earth Day environmentally friendly shopping bag when you arrive!)

Our charity partner, The Nature Conservancy will also be there to remind us of the helpful ways we can restore harmony to our planet and how we can work together to improve the environment for our future families to enjoy.

So SAVE THE DATE. Make a difference and celebrate your Earth Day at YCIS!"

YCIS – Secondary, 3 To Fuk Road, Kowloon Tong
Free entry - Cash sales only - Open to the public
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April 26 2017 - July 24 2017

The exhibition illustrates the diversity and richness of the museum’s collections with paintings, sculptures, ceramics, tapestries, and more from different periods. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to appreciate these treasures and explore the story of the Louvre, travelling on an 800-year journey interweaving art and history.

Time: Monday, Wednesday to Friday: 10am-6pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 10am-7pm
Closed on Tuesdays (except public holidays)

Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Various Prices
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April 27 2017

This forum aims to provide a platform for professionals in the environmental management and engineering industry to gain further insights on the latest practices and development of technologies that are required for the development of a World-Class city, and to share local and overseas experiences and stimulate initiatives that could further reinforce Hong Kong’s status as a World City.
The forum comprises the keynote session and three other sessions: 1) Evolving Role of Environmental Professionals in Urban, Public Projects, Strategic Plans and Good Governance; 2) Engineering and Managing Adaptive Sustainable Responses for Managing Hong Kong’s Bio-Capacity: Challenges and Opportunities; and 3) Potential Contribution of Environmental Leaders to Hong Kong’s Economic Diversification and Sustainable Growth.

Guests of Honour:
- Mr WONG Kam-sing, Secretary for the Environment
- Ir Dr Hon LO Wai-kwok,Legislative Councillor
- Ir Joseph CHOI, HKIE President

Fee
Early-bird registration (before 27 Mar 2017): HKIE-member: HK$900; Non-HKIE-member: HK$980;
Full registration: HKIE-member: HK$980; Non-HKIE-member: HK$1,180;
HKIE-graduate-member: HK$500 (Seats are limited to 50 (first-come-first-served))
A copy of Forum Proceedings, lunch and two coffee breaks are included.

Registration & Enquiries
Registration form is available at http://ev.hkie.org.hk/ or https://sites.google.com/site/hkieevd2017/.

Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East
The Hong Kong Institute of Engineers
Seminar Secretariat, Ms May Ho
info@crpd-hk.com
(852) 2796 1638
HK$980
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April 30 2017 (All day)
Hong Kong

The Queen Elizabeth II Cup is one of the most anticipated social racing events in Hong Kong. With total prize money of HK$20 million, this international Group 1 race at Sha Tin Racecourse not only attracts entries from some of the finest horses in the world each year, but also draws supporters from across the globe.

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