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2020 HKETONY Activities

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Hong Kong film kicks off film festival in Chicago

March 11, 2020 - Acclaimed Hong Kong film "i'm livin’ it" kicked off the opening night of the Asian Pop-Up Cinema in Chicago with a full house. Attending the opening night screening, HKETONY Director Joanne Chu said the Hong Kong Government has continued to support the film industry in Hong Kong, including allocating funding to encourage more local film productions and launching a new Scriptwriting Incubation Programme. This is the fifth year HKETONY has partnered with Asian Pop-Up Cinema to promote Hong Kong films and talents in the Windy City. Details here.

Hong Kong film kicks off film festival in Chicago
   
Hong Kong’s advantages

February 12, 2020 - Director of HKETONY Joanne Chu spoke on the latest developments in Hong Kong, including the measures implemented to contain the novel coronavirus outbreak, during a panel discussion organized by the World Trade Center Delaware. She also highlighted the various business opportunities in innovation & technology, agricultural, and financial services sectors in Hong Kong and the Guangdong - Hong Kong - Macao Greater Bay Area. Representatives from the US Commercial Service and the US-China Business Council also spoke at the event. Details here.

Hong Kong’s advantages
   
Cityscape artist presents works in New York

February 12, 2020 - Hong Kong watercolor artist Elaine Chiu introduced her vivid artwork, depicting Hong Kong’s vibrant cityscape to New York audience for the first time (Feb 12) at the HKETONY. She specializes in capturing the energy and colours of Hong Kong’s iconic neighborhoods in her paintings. A fine arts graduate from the University of Hong Kong, Chiu shared her passion and discussed her artistic journey with New York audience. Details here.

Cityscape artist presents works in New York
   

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