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This week Hong Kong is in Singapore. Or at least some of its artists are. Spotlight Hong Kong kicked off on Friday, taking 36 programmes by 120 Hong Kong-based artists to the Lion City.

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The oldest written mention of flamenco culture dates back to 1774, but it's definitely much older than that. It mixes elements from gypsy, Moorish, Andalucian, and even Jewish culture.

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Tan Dun is perhaps best known in Hong Kong for his music for "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon".

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As Hong Kong companies have moved their manufacturing activities to mainland China it's been good news for local artists, many of whom have rented spaces for studios in the disused industrial

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The City Festival 2007 opens on Thursday. It's organised by the Hong Kong Fringe Club, and aims to be a festival of urban culture.

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If you want to learn more about the history of one of Hong Kong's oldest prison buildings, this weekend, and the next two weekends, you can take a tour called "Journey to the History of V

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Presenters: Ben Pelletier, Lorea Solabarrieta, Ben Tse, and Ama Liu.

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We begin this week's show by heading off the beaten track of Hong Kong's art galleries, auditoriums, and museums, north to Shenzhen.

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Just today a new museum opened in Hong Kong, a museum that combines a focus on a historical figure with the preservation of one of our relatively few remaining historical buildings.

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