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May 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.
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
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
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
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
Free Admission
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
May 13 2017 - May 21 2017

La Belle Epoque, directly translated as A Beautiful Era. Sandrine Souchon brings her private collection of Art Masterpieces to Hong!Kong’s Liang Yi Museum for an exhibition this 13 May to 21 May 2017.

La Belle Epoque is a period in which the French relate to as a time of peace and prosperity starting from the end of the FrancoQPrussian War in1871to the outbreak of WWI in1914.This time period is known as the Beautiful Era - a time where art was created as a result of a beautiful, peaceful, prosperous culture.

Exhibition details as below:
Event: French Belle Epoque
Date: 13 May to 21 May 2017
Time: 11:00AM – 9:00PM
Location: Liang Yi Museum, 181- 199 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan

May 16 2017 (All day)

Inspirational seminar, where industry experts within Marketing Automation, E-commerce and Lead Management will describe the best ways of using these concepts to fit your business.

• Internet payment company PayPal will introduce us to market insights and trends in the e-commerce space

• Digital agency Admired Marketing will talk about market research and lead generation through SEO/SEM/Social media

• Data-driven marketing provider APSIS will describe lead nurturing and e-commerce strategies like cart/browse abandonment and product recommendations

They will also present a case study with practical examples, so you can get the most out of the concepts you just learnt about.

Tuesday, 16 May
02:00pm - 05:00pm

Regus Wanchai 35/F, Central Plaza, 18 Harbour Road, Wanchai (Wanchai MTR Exit A5)
PayPal, APSIS, Admired Marketing
May 16 2017 (All day)

More and more global players see Circular Economy as essential for shaping a sustainable business model while driving growth for their businesses. This first-ever conference on Circular Economy by Business Environment Council (BEC) will give you an overview of the concept and implications of Circular Economy. They will bring together well-known industry experts and thought leaders, as well as key policy makers from both Hong Kong and overseas to examine opportunities, strategies, innovative technologies and collaborative initiatives in promoting circular economy. The conference aims to inspire the audiences to optimize the utilization of assets by adopting the circular business model for enhancing not only environmental protection, but also the competitiveness and economic growth of Hong Kong.

Plenary Topics Include:

• Rethinking waste and discovering the value of waste in the circular economy;
• A Sectoral Analysis: from textiles to electronics and building materials from waste prevention to extending lifespan of the resources used;
• The final step - waste to energy in the circular economy and implications for Hong Kong.

The EnviroSeries Conference has been BEC’s flagship event since 2002 which provides a cross-sector forum in Hong Kong for government officials, policy makers, business leaders, professionals, and local and international experts to address key sustainability issues.


Date: 16th May 2017 (Tuesday)
Time: 09:30-17:00
Venue: JW Marriott Hong Kong
Registration fee: HK$1,800; Group rate (For group of 3 or more): HK$1,260 per person (30% discount)
For registration and enquiry: Ms Cathy Lo (T. 852-2784 3922 | E.

May 17 2017 (All day)

The 2017 Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Index, first launched in 2015, is Asia’s first benchmark on corporate policies and practices for creating inclusive workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees. In addition to benchmarking performance and providing a ranking of top performing organisations, the Index includes a number of Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Awards to recognize the exceptional dedication and accomplishments of individuals, companies and organisations in promoting LGBT+ equality and inclusion in the Hong Kong workplace and community.

Top Index performing organisations and Award Winners will be announced at the Gala Dinner, in commemoration of International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT). The Gala Dinner will also be a fundraising event to raise funds for promoting LGBT+ inclusion across Asia.

Gigi Chao, Executive Vice-Chairman of Cheuk Nang, will be the guest speaker at the Gala Dinner. Gigi is an active contributor to community organisations including BigLove Alliance, whose mission is to cultivate an all-inclusive society and to advocate for equal rights for sexual minorities. She was recently honoured as the highest-ranked LGBT executive in the 2016 Leading LGBT & Ally Executives by OUTstanding and the Financial Times.

To commemorate IDAHOT, guests are encouraged to wear purple or a touch of purple with their business or formal attire. Seats at this event are limited, and those interested in sponsoring a table or purchasing individual tickets can contact Jessica Boyle ( for more information.


EVENT: 2017 Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Gala Dinner
DATE: 17 May 2017, Wednesday
TIME: 6:30p.m to 11p.m
LOCATION: The Island Shangri-la Hotel

May 20 2017 (All day)

This show is a stunning blend of Chinese music, videography, dance, live calligraphy, Chinese poetry, recitation and installation art with Chinese traditional theatre, Western opera and modern cinematography. It will turn the concert hall into an idyllic, animated Chinese painting, complete with jagged peaks piercing through seas of clouds and the sun’s glow glimmering on rivers and seas on the bounteous land called ‘China’.

Time: 8p.m

Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra
HK$100, $160, $260, $310
May 27 2017 - May 28 2017

IRIS: Your Escape - Hong Kong’s Largest Health & Wellness Festival returns for its fifth edition on 27-28 May.


• 60+ classes in 6 zones for the price of 1!
• Largest outdoor yoga, health, wellness and fitness classes in Hong Kong
• Learn/try brand new styles crafts such as Movement, Zumba, BJJ, Capoeira, Pilates, HIIT and more!
• A stellar line-up of teachers from a variety of studios around Hong Kong. Including special guest - International Buddhist Monk and Director of the Royal University of Bhutan Khenpo Lungtaen Gyatso.
• Amazing special deals at our Marketplace
• Education - experience the benefits of health & wellness
• Meet new people with similar interests. This is where everyone in the health, wellness, fitness and lifestyle industry gathers/comes together
• Freebies, prizes, Incentives, giveaways
• Mothers Day Weekend: An all new Family Zone with Family workshops and classes

Lush Experience Zone
27 May
Spa showcase
Spa open from 12:00- 16:00 and 17:00-20:00 (You can make the reservation first)

Product making
13:30-14:00 making bath bomb
15:15-16:00 making Catastrophe Cosmetic fresh Face Mask workshop
17:00-17:30 making fresh products
19:00-20:00 making bath bomb

28 May
Spa showcase
Spa open from 10:00- 14:00 and 15:00-20:00 (You can make the reservation first)

Product making
11:30-12:00 making bath bomb
12:00-12:45 making Catastrophe Cosmetic fresh Face Mask workshop
13:30-14:00 making fresh products
15:00-16:00 making bath bomb


Nursery Park, West Kowloon Cultural District.

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