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165076 Hong Kong must not a cultural desert

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Reported by Millie Yeung, published on 2, October 2018

"Hong Kong must not be a cultural desert because there are many cultural activities." HU Ching Fang says, the director of Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Center. She also pointed out many local people who are very culture-sensitive to organize a series of cultural events but people are not concerned about their work.

HU said people pay too much attention on foreign culture in Hong Kong. Even though every year many cultural activities take place in Hong Kong, like Clockenflap music festival, attracting a number of people join, they actually prefer to listen foreign-language songs rather than local songs. Also, HU said everyone is busy and focused on their work, not many people in Hong Kong would spend their time in culture. Thus, local cultures have be ignored.

She also noticed that Hong Kong society is too focus on box office and moneymaking that may bother the development of creative industries. Some local small theatre cannot be operated because of lacking money. Teenagers who are interested in the field of creativity also may not have a good future and to experiment their idea. Therefore, there is no room for poor artists or teenagers to have chance to produce their own independent art and pursue their dream.

“It is quite expensive to breed art in Hong Kong.”, says HU. She suggests the government and local developers can pay attention to these local artists and teenagers, for example decrease the rent of venue and sponsor them, so that they can afford the fees to achieve their dream. At the same time, she encourage teenagers do what they like and do not fear of failure.

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