Created in 2009 in Hong Kong, Titus Andronicus 2.0 is a bold and revolutionary attempt to explore the unreleased potentials of Shakespeare’s play.
The original play was written in Mandarin and has proved one of the most influential masterpieces of modern Chinese drama.
Hong Kong Arts Festival will present the European premiere of an exhilarating new chamber opera by Chan Hing-yan at Richmond Theatre on Thu 27 & Fri 28, July 2017. A century of Chinese history distilled into three acts, Datong – The Chinese Utopia tells the incredible story of utopian philosopher and constitutional reformer, Kang Youwei, through the […]
In the UK, Chinese Shan Shui (or landscape) paintings are collected by a few very important museums, such as the British Museum, V&A and Ashmolean Museum.
Dr Hon was born in Hong Kong and completed most of his higher education in the UK. After graduating from Kings College London, he went on to Hughes Hall College, at the University of Cambridge where he obtained his PhD in Psychiatry.
Zhang Huafeng, who is also dedicated to researching the history and theory of calligraphy of Chinese art, and is Deputy Editor of Chinese National Painting and Calligraphy will also provide a painting performance.