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Review- Dancers' Homework- CCDC3-1-16

I travelled to the CCDC Dance Center in Wong Tai Sin this weekend to see their showcase of new choreographic talent, "Dancers' Homework." For those who had never been to the space before, the location of the theatre was a bit of a challenge. But within this building, there was a small studio performance space that was perfect for this type of show.

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Artist of the Month- January- Jo Farrell2-1-16

This month's AOM is Jo Farrell. Jo is a celebrated photographer in Hong Kong. She is known for her work with women and captivating portraits of bound feet in China. She's a smart lady, dedicated to creating thought-provoking work. We are honored to have her as our first AOM for 2016. Learn more about her unique perspectives on life and photography, below.

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Higher Resolution31-12-15

2015 simply flew by, didn't it? One of our favorite parts of the New Year is coming up with resolutions.

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Review- Gobsmacked- Udderbelly30-12-15

Gobsmacked. Flabbergasted. Spellboundtasticated.

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Review- Brainiac Live!- Udderbelly30-12-15

I'm not the typical viewer of Brainiac. I'm out of middle school, I'm horrible at science and I've never seen the TV show this stage version is based on. When you walked into the Udderbelly, you were handed earplugs and warned about the possibilities of explosions and gases that might cause the audience to have to flee the building. Sounds like great fun, yes?

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Preview- Dancers' Homework- CCDC29-12-15

Extraordinary creativity. Innovative works.

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Review- Cirque Adrenaline- The Club24-12-15

If you need a reminder not to overindulge this Christmas or need some motivation to keep the new fitness regime you’ve vowed this New Years get yourself down to Cirque Adrenaline! Last night I attended the Gala Premiere of the ‘Death-Defying Extreme Circus’ and my goodness those performers were FIT!! They were agile, they’ve had stamina and their strength was unbelievable.

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Ethical Fashion: How Green Are Your Costumes?23-12-15

It is estimated that more than 1 million tons of textiles are thrown away every year in Asia. At least 50% of the textiles we throw away are recyclable. However, the textile wastes reused or recycled annually in Hong Kong is only a pitiful 20%. Why is this number so low? There are fabric recycling bins all over town!

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Reduce Your Waste: Charities That Will Accept Used Costumes/Props/Set Pieces22-12-15

Working in theatre can be a very wasteful business. We have to make new sets, costumes, props for every production and storage space in HK can be pricey. It's always heartbreaking to see large amounts of reusable items thrown in a bin after you finish a show. You might be wondering how you can reduce your carbon footprint and recycle your used props/costumes and set pieces. Here's a list of charities in Hong Kong that accept gently used items.

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Review- The Beautiful Ones- Rooftop Productions21-12-15

As a part site-specific performance based on the ‘Mouse Utopia’ experiment of the 60’s, I was intrigued to see The Beautiful Ones. I had vaguely heard of the experiment before and was in a conundrum as to whether or not I should research into it further before watching the show...

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