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Hong Kong would never be a cultural desert

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Reported by Poon Hiu Fung October 2, 2018

‘Hong Kong would never be a cultural desert, indeed, there have been lots of cultural activities held from times to times that maybe you are overlooking.’ said by Hu Ching-Fang, Director of Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Centre.

She points out that there are two major reasons, causing the decay of the development of Arts and Culture in Hong Kong currently. From the very beginning, she mentions that ‘Hong Kong people only admire the foreign culture instead of the local culture.’ Lack of the public support would make the promotion of local culture even harder.

She also thinks the commercialisation is heavily concerned during the promotion of local Arts and Culture in Hong Kong. ‘Arts leads you to another new world where you could imagine something that you have never ever think of before.’ Money can not buy happiness. The joy brought by Arts would be one of the awards instead of wasting your lifetime.

She takes New York as an example that it is a place to welcome various groups of people with wide diversity, give them a room to further leash their potential as well as drive the trend of Arts. Many non-mainstream arts are hidden in the local city, somewhere people rarely notice.

Hu suggests that if money no longer becomes the main concern in advocating the Arts, the circumstance as well as development of Arts and Culture in Hong Kong would definitely become better.

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