2020 No.3
Event: Embrace Art at Home, Art Museum

To encourage people to embrace art from home in the times of the pandemic, the Art Museum organised and published different categories of online learning resources, ranging from rubbings of stone engraving and model calligraphy to paintings and ancient Chinese gold techniques, with two new additions to the resources list. The content includes six videos introducing nineteen works from the exhibition “Jewels of Transcendence: Himalayan and Mongolian Treasures” and one browser game related to the exhibition “For Blessings and Guidance: the Qianlong Emperor’s Design for State Sacrificial Vessels”.

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Embrace Art at Home
Academic Reflection:香港粵語與香港中文
Event: Celebrating the Year of the Rat, Art Museum
Event: Amazing Clay: The Ceramic Collection of the Art Museum
Event: Hong Kong Impressions
Event: CU Art Buddy 2020, Art Museum
Event: Embrace Art at Home, Art Museum
Event: “Heart to Heart Talks” Video Series, Art Museum
Event: Time Travel • Hong Kong, Art Museum
Event: “Made in Hong Kong” Online Talk, Art Museum
Event: “Study on Ancient Tai Po Culture in Archaeological Perspectives”, Research Programme of Chinese Archaeology and Art, Art Museum
Event:Gold for Glory: History, Communication, Craft, The Research Programme of Chinese Archaeology and Art
Event: The Fourth Forum on University Chinese, T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre
Event: Stephen C. Soong Translation Studies Memorial Awards 2019-2020, Research Centre for Translation
Event: On-line book launch "THE INCONVENIENT GENERATION ", Universities Service Centre for China Studies
New Publications
Event Highlight: The Sixth Inter-Regional Forum on Dialectal Grammar, T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre
Event Highlight: Lecture Series of “Hong Kong Impressions”, Art Museum
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