HKSAR Government 07/14/2011
Thanks to the favourable anchorage conditions of Hong Kong, the city quickly developed into a shipping hub in the mid-19th century, and the related shipbuilding and ship repair industry boomed as well. After decades of social and economic development, those dockyards, which had once sprung up along the coasts of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, are now located at the western part of Victoria Harbour, where they continue to serve the city's shipping industry and economy.
Breaking Travel News 06/08/2011
LOUISE WATT AP 06/08/2011
The 600 plus exhibitors this year come from a record number of 56 countries and regions, up almost 20%, from Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, the Pacific and Indian oceans, and the Middle East! Some 80% of the exhibitors are from outside Hong Kong and around half of the exhibiting countries from outside Asia. These testify the exceptionally strong international profile of ITE & MICE exhibitors.
Joyce Hor-Chung The New York Times 05/05/2011
A toothless garbageman who once wandered Hong Kong’s streets with dingy bags of ink and brushes tied to his crutches is now the subject of a major retrospective. About 300 calligraphic works by the late Tsang Tsou-choi — who is best known by his self-dubbed title, the King of Kowloon — are showing at the ArtisTree art space in a high glass tower.
HKSAR Government 03/02/2011
CHRIS POLLARD The Sun 01/21/2011
This year marks the centenary of the 1911 Revolution, an epoch-making event that had far-reaching consequences for the Chinese people, including the end of imperial rule and the birth of Asia's first republic. To commemorate this remarkable event, an exhibition titled "Centenary of China's 1911 Revolution" will be held at the Hong Kong Museum of History from today(March 2) until May 16.
Payal Uttam CNNGo.com 01/19/2011
Art Daily 01/08/2011
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