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Sheffield Chapel in the Fall

Established in 1974, the white Sheffield Chapel with black roof stands
prominently against the fall foliage that is just starting to change
colours, which is a bit late this year.

Sheffield . Massachusett . USA | 2018
19 Oct 2018

First Nations Art at Stanley Park

Besides the famous Totem poles, there are other artwork by First Nations,
the term used for the native peoples of Canada, at scenic Brockton
Point in Stanley Park, Vancouver.

Vancouver . Canada | 2018
18 Oct 2018

Fall Colours at Sylvia Hotel

Sylvia Hotel is a city landmark and one of Vancouver's greatest treasures.
The foliage around the hotel changes to a crisp orange and red, just in
time for Fall.

Vancouver . Canada | 2018
17 Oct 2018

Shoes: Pain and Pleasure

Tiny shoes worn by Chinese women with bound feet, the custom of applying tight
binding to the feet of young girls to modify the shape and size of their feet.
It was practiced in China from the Song dynasty until the early 20th century,
and bound feet were considered a status symbol as well as a mark of beauty.
Foot binding limited the mobility of women, and resulted in lifelong disabilities
for most of its subjects.

'Shoes: Pleasure and Pain', an exhibition at Pacific Place that combines
anthropology and art to explore how shoes can cause both pain as well as
pleasure for the wearer. Over 140 pairs of shoes from around the world and
from as far back as the 14th century, including footwear created by iconic
designers. Through 28 October.

Admiralty . Hong Kong | 2018
16 Oct 2018

Song of Spring

Two Girls Dancing with Fans, by Chinese artist Pan Yulin who came of age during
the revolutionary May Fourth era and seized the chance to be one of the first
Chinese students to study fine arts in France. Part of 'Song of Spring: Pan
Yulin in Paris' exhibition at Asia Society, through 6 Jan 2019.

With over sixty works of portraiture, nude, landscape, dance figure painting,
and sculpture, this exhibition explores Pan's second period in Paris, highlighting
her artistic distinguished style that combines eastern and western sensibilities.

Admiralty . Hong Kong | 2018
15 Oct 2018

Thousands Protest Controversial Huge Reclamation Plan

Thousands rally against Chief Executive's controversial proposal for 1,700 hectares
of reclaimed land at an estimated cost of up to HK$500 billion (US$63.8 billion).
Critics argue that budget overrun would easily double the government estimates
and exhaust the entire fiscal reserve of Hong Kong plus being environmentally harmful.

Families with young children, senior citizens, young people and political
parties, are among protesters marching from Causeway Bay to the government
headquarters. Chief Executive Carrie Lam is also critised for ignoring the
government-appointed Task Force on Land Supply who had yet to present its
findings on a recently concluded public consultation exercise.

Causeway Bay . Hong Kong | 2018
14 Oct 2018

Protest against Political Screening of Lau Siu-lai

Disqualified pro-democracy legislator Lau Siu-lai attends a protest, after her
bid to stand in a by-election had been rejected for advocating self-determination,
together with her 'Plan-B' replacement former legislator Lee Cheuk-yan outside
the government headquarters.

Lau was not given an opportunity to defend her candidacy with authorities
before the decision. Agnes Chow of Demosisto party was banned from
contesting a separate by-election in January, fuelling fears of tightening
political 'red lines' by Beijing that could deny Hong Kong’s disaffected
young people from participating in official political establishment.

Admiralty . Hong Kong | 2018
13 Oct 2018

Art Installation by Loiix Fung

An art Installation with various sizes of yellow balloons by Loiix Fung, a local
artist reflecting on the cramped living space in Hong Kong.

Wong Chuk Hang . Hong Kong | 2018
12 Oct 2018

Wanchai Grammatica

Why is a temple for a water goddess so far from the water? With the installation
'Tin Hau is Coming for a piece of Water', artist Jaffa Lam draws attention to
how the reclamation of the Wanchai shoreline has moved the people, the
landscape and the goddess of heaven (Tin Hau) further away from the sea.

Part of 'Wanchai Grammatica: Past, Present, Future Tense', Hong Kong
Art Centre 40th Anniversary flagship exhibition at Pao Gallery,
through 4 November.

Wanchai . Hong Kong | 2018
11 Oct 2018

Historical Red House

Hung Lau (Red House), a Grade I historic building, was built between 1905 and 1910
on former farmland in Pak Kok, Tuen Mun. It was used by the Hsing Chung Hui (Revive
China Society) as a base for revolutionary activities against the Qing dynasty.

It is named for its red-pigmented external surface rendering. The two-storey
house is a mix of Chinese and Western influences. Adjacent to the house is a
garden commemorating Dr Sun Yat-sen who founded the Republic of China and one
of few places in Hong Kong where the flag of the Republic is hoisted continuously.

Tuen Mun . Hong Kong | 2018
10 Oct 2018

Hong Kong Club at Sunset

Founded in 1846, The Hong Kong Club is full of old world charm and elegant
colonial decor. Its members are among the most influential people,
including senior government officials, senior businessmen and
professionals. Thankfully, 'The Club' has moved on from the era
when women weren't allowed, but exclusivity is still key.

The Bank of China Building is on the right.

Central . Hong Kong | 2018
9 Oct 2018

Journalists Protest Hong Kong Visa Denial for FT Reporter Mallet

Hong Kong journalist groups, including the Foreign Correspondents' Club (FCC),
Hong Kong Journalists Association and four other press groups gather
outside government headquarters to protest against the government's refusal
to renew a work visa for Victor Mallet, Asia News Editor for Financial Times.

Chris Yeung, chair of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, says the denial of
a visa to Mallet 'sets a terrible precedent for Hong Kong's reputation as a place
where the rule of law applies and where freedom of speech is protected by law.'

Admiralty . Hong Kong | 2018
8 Oct 2018

Mural by Bao

A mural by Bao, Hong Kong's 'Queen of Street Art',
for Nike in Causeway Bay.

Causeway Bay . Hong Kong | 2018
7 Oct 2018

Poetic Cityscapes

Poetic Cityscapes, by Chinese artist Xu Jianguo, offer a new vision of
cosmopolitan centres around the world. Painted in Song Dynasty
artistic style, these panoramas blend the past with the present,
offering a commentary on the future of our culture.
At Alisan Fine Arts in Central, through 31 October.

Central . Hong Kong | 2018
6 Oct 2018

In Search of Southeast Asia

Compound, made with bamboo and rattan by Sopheap Pich, one of the most
internationally recognised Cambodian artist from Battambang. Part of the
'In Search of Southeast Asia' exhibition at M+ Pavilion.

Pich's work has been shown widely across the world including the Moscow
Biennale (2013), Documenta (2012), the Asian Art Biennial (2011), the Singapore
Biennale (2011) and a highly acclaimed solo show at the Metropolitan Museum
of Art during the Season of Cambodia Festival (2013). His work is collected
by many top-tier museums, including the Centre Georges Pompidou, the
Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Singapore Art Museum and the Guggenheim Museum.

West Kowloon . Hong Kong | 2018
5 Oct 2018

Harmony Models

Harmony Bid, a fashion model and psychology student from Congo, models
the latest fashion at the historical City Hall courtyard in Central.

Central . Hong Kong | 2018
4 Oct 2018

Timekeeper by Norman O'Flynn

Timekeeper, the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong for South African pop-artist
Norman O'Flynn. Timekeeper is a collection of distinctive tattooed portraits,
rendered in O'Flynn's characteristic 're-pop' style, conveying a tough
attitude and social value against the violence and darkness in the world.
The exhibition is at Art Supermarket, through 21st November.

Central . Hong Kong | 2018
3 Oct 2018

Dragonfly Bar

Dragonfly, cocktail bar maverick Ashley Sutton's latest project at Tai Kwun -
a new centre for heritage and arts for culture and leisure experiences.
The new boutique cocktail lounge spotlights his appreciation for
American painter and blown glass artist Louis Tiffany, whose works
is incorporated into the interior design of the venue.

SOHO . Hong Kong | 2018
2 Oct 2018

Thousands Protest on China National Day

Thousands march in Hong Kong on China National Day from Causeway Bay
to government headquarters in Admiralty to protest the increasing
political pressure on the pan-democrat camp and civil society by
the government and Beijing threatening the core values of the city.

A 'black hand of China' looms over the protesters throughout
the march. The recent scandals of Mass Transit Railway (MTR)
constructions and the controversial joint checkpoint for
the new High Speed Rail are cited as examples.

Causeway Bay . Hong Kong | 2018
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