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5 November
Author Hong Mei and husband Tom Carter shared their travelling experiences in India at Asia Society Hong Kong Center.
4 November
Several archaeological experts came to Hong Kong to deliver this evening lecture on the issue of archaeology in Israel and Judaism of the Second Temple era.
2 November
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa conveys her story of success as an opera singer in a morning conversation with Tisa Ho.
28 October
In this evening lecture centered on the economic game of credits and inventory cycles, Kiril Sokoloff and Lewis Johnson shared their insights and unique perspective on the market.
28 October
The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls is deemed significant as it is the first copied version of the Hebrew Bible that dates back to the Second Temple Period.
24 October
With many fresh graduates poorly equipped with practical skills for the working environment, business and academic leaders exchange and raise up possible solutions for this issue.
23 October
In its debut at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center, the Asia Society Kai-Yin Lo Distinguished Programs presented an evening dialogue with John Howkins, Yat Siu, Chan Koonchung, Ms. Kai-Yin Lo, moderated by Ada Wong.
22 October
Vikram Lall, architect and author, mapped out the significance behind Buddhist heritage sites in Southeast Asia.
22 October
Los Romero provided individual lessons and tips to local guitar learners and enthusiasts.
22 October
Los Romero graced Asia Society Hong Kong Center with its melodic and skilful string performance scattered with conversations recollecting anecdotes from their journey to performing globally.