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Salif Keita, who performed in Hong Kong last week, is applauded by audiences all around the world, but as a child he was very much a loner.

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The Hong Kong Art Biennial, showing at the Museum of Art until March 5th, is a kind of greatest hits show of the best of local visual arts over the past two years.

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Artists all over the world have long sought out low-rent areas to live and work. Once there they often form creative communities that can take the lead in revitalising a district.

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Cirque Du Soleil, in which all the performers are human and the acts linked by an over-riding concept, began in Quebec in 1982 with a group of young street performers who decided to put together an

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The Latin Passion festival, which opened last week features music, dance, and literary arts, and no celebration of Latin American literary arts would be complete without some mention of the great C

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With us in the studio to start today's show is Douglas Gautier, the Executive Director of the Hong Kong Arts Festival. The festival's line up for 2006 was announced today.

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The Hong Kong Asian Film Film Festival, organised by Ying E Chi and Broadway Cinematheque, wants to bring the best of Asian talent to the public.

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Throughout the 19th century, and at the beginning of the 20th, many European artists were intrigued and inspired by what was – to them - oriental exoticism.

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Over the summer Hong Kong has been well served by visiting jazz bands.

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