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Creative City

Creative Hub

A thriving arts and cultural hub, Hong Kong celebrates artistic expression and creativity.
 
Our cultural and creative industries employ over 210 000 practitioners engaged in fields ranging from jewellery design to fashion, painting to publishing, interactive games to comics, advertising to architecture, digital design to cinema, and music production to performing arts.
 
Orchestras, jazz ensembles, film and art festivals, international acts, local super stars and street performers manifest the diversity and vibrancy of Hong Kong’s cultural life.
 
The city boasts nine major performing arts groups and nearly smaller 1 000 troupes, staging over 8 000 performances every year.
 
The emerging new West Kowloon Cultural District cultural quarter and the wide array of other attractions elevate Hong Kong to a prominent arts and cultural hub in the world.

"Wall to Wall Creativity"

Beyond the gleaming facades of Hong Kong skyscrapers, you will find wall-to-wall creativity.  The open, pluralistic and international environment that created Hong Kong as a business hub also provides fertile ground for Hong Kong creative talent to flourish.

The video showcases Hong Kong’s vibrant wall-to-wall creativity nestled beneath the tall walls of its famous skyline.

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"Wall to wall creativity"
Beyond the gleaming facades of Hong Kong skyscrapers, you will find wall-to-wall creativity. The open, pluralistic and international environment that created Hong Kong as a business hub also provides fertile ground for Hong Kong creative talent to flourish.
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HK fashion icon takes New York by storm
Celebrated Hong Kong fashion designer Vivienne Tam – known for her East-meets-West styles – helped celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region with a Hong Kong-themed fashion show in New York.
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Heritage building revitalised into creative quarter
The former Police Married Quarters on Aberdeen Street, Central has been revitalised as PMQ, a hub for design and creative industries.
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Caring clothing for people with special needs
A centre at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s Institute of Textiles and Clothing designs special clothing for the elderly and physically challenged.
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