Essence of Eighteen: Hong Kong's Cultural Stories Exhibition

- A Roving Exhibition Across 18 Districts -

Essence of Eighteen: Hong Kong's Cultural Stories Exhibition is a unique roving exhibition that travels across the 18 districts of Hong Kong, each representing a vibrant facet of the city's rich cultural tapestry. This exhibition is a celebration of the local stories, traditions, and artistic expressions that define the spirit of each district.

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Inaugural Roadshow Launch Celebrates Cross-Sector Collaboration on March 10

The exhibition roadshow tour's first station was inaugurated on March 10 at stain+ airside - The Kowloon City District, with a ceremonial launch that underscored the spirit of collaboration across various sectors. The event was notably attended by Dr. Chan Pak-Lee, JP, Deputy Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, who graced the occasion as the guest of honor.

This landmark event gathered industry leaders and representatives from diverse sectors, uniting to celebrate the strength of interdisciplinary and cross-sector partnerships sparked by community arts. The ceremony represented a shared hope for the flourishing and expansion of Hong Kong's cultural and creative economy.

  • Toasting ceremony

  • Welcome speech by Mr. Davis Chan, Chairman of Creative IP Farm Foundation

  • Speech by Dr. Bernard Chan, JP , UnderSecretary for Commerce and Economic Development Department

Following the kick-off ceremony, we hosted an exclusive preview, bringing together friends for a dynamic jam session centered on cross-sector collaboration. This gathering was inspired by the unique narratives that define Hong Kong’s vibrant culture and innovative spirit.

Thank you for being part of "Essence of Eighteen: Hong Kong Cultural Stories Exhibition", The event showcased regional stories of Hong Kong through diverse artistic works and featured a special "Taste of Hong Kong" corner. Guests sampled flavors from Wong Tai Sin, Sha Tin, and the Islands, sparking new insights and enriching their understanding of these areas. It was a celebration of memories and shared stories, illustrating how, in our connected world, cacao is more than a treat - it's a way to bring culture and stories together.

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