Jackie Chan

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Law wipes out graffiti ‘invaders'

The removal of a French graffiti artist's work has added fuel to the old "art versus vandalism" row centreing on the controversial form of art.

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The Artistically Wild and Wacky Manifestation

Performance artists in Hong Kong are struggling to overcome public misconceptions of performance art and to advance social causes through it.

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[Cover Story]In art we pace urban development

Local artist swims against the current of development and turns Sik On Street into his gallery.

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Collectible figures are works of art

Your favourite action figure possesses the spirit of your superhero because of the skills, passion and patience of its maker.

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Music education is used as a tool for students to race to the top

Parents are advised to lessen the pressure on their children to learn musical instruments

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Ethnic minorities struggle for spotlight on the screen

Ethnic minorities cast for stereotyped roles find it hard to shine in the entertainment industry.

Chenglish: Kungfu Star Fails to Master Weibo

  • 2013-10-14
  • 2013-10-14

Whenever I meet someone at university, he or she will soon fade out of my mind unless we have become friends on Facebook. Although such popularity among our seven million population is likely to continue, I have seen more and more Hong Kong people start to use Sina Weibo, a micro-blogging website that entertains more than half a billion mainland Chinese netizens, although it has been one of the targets of Beijing's vigorous censorship.

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Roses are red, violets are blue...

Poetry is very much alive in Hong Kong

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Weird is cool

Non-mainstream performances are no longer seen as ''strange'' thanks to the help of the internet that nurtures the soaring acceptance of weird stuff