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No.5  May, 2016    
  Worlddidac Asia 2016
Meet world class education resources at the Worlddiac Asia 2016 which will be staged at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre between 7 and 9 June. It is an exhibition and conference for education professionals and distributors and many products are featured for the first time in Hong Kong. Find out more about the event here.
  Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races
Come and join the paddlers from around the world to compete in the Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races to be held from 10 to 12 June. Jointly organised by the Hong Kong China Dragon Boat Association and the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the races will take place at the Central Harbourfront, alongside with a series of interactive activities and roving entertainment for fun. Read more about the event here.
  Historic buildings photo exhibition
History-lovers must attend the "Past and Present: Photos of Historic Buildings in Hong Kong" exhibition. This extraordinary exhibition features the past and present photos of more than 30 historical buildings in Hong Kong. Through the exhibition, visitors can reflect on the changing relationships between the communities and historic buildings over different eras. The exhibition is now on until 9 June at the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre. To find out more, please visit here.
  Artists in the Neighbourhood Scheme Exhibition
The Artists in the Neighbourhood Scheme: 7 – Paperholic Exhibition gathers seven Hong Kong artists from various backgrounds to create a series of work by using paper as the art medium. The artists will also document their thoughts and impressions about the daily life of North Point, a beautiful urban area in Hong Kong, in their art pieces. The exhibition will be held between 22 April to 24 July at Oi!. Read here to find out more.
  Chinese Opera Festival 2016
Featuring a variety of rich and colourful programmes, this year’s Chinese Opera Festival will be held from 17 June to 14 August. The Festival will showcase seven Chinese operatic genres. Highlights will include Kunqu opera performances in commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the death of Tang Xianzu, as well as the Monkey King Play Series to celebrate the Year of the Monkey. Read here for more details.
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