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Just Stop Oil

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Year-round Festivals Series 33 – International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer – Global warming is hitting Hong Kong in the face!

Year-round Festivals Series 33 – International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer – Global warming is hitting Hong Kong in the face! In the past, global warming was a far-fetched word for the blessed city of Hong Kong. However, after the frontal impact of Hurricane No. 10 in early September and the severe rainstorms of the century that followed, which resulted in severe flooding and landslides in low-lying areas across Hong Kong, turning streets into fast-flowing rivers, and flooding MTR stations, the threat of global warming is something we have to take very seriously. Hong Kong’s persistent summer […]

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Year-round Festivals Series 32 – World Cleanup Day – Clean up more than just rubbish

Year-round Festivals Series 32 – World Cleanup Day – Clean up more than just rubbish With the end of the summer holidays, autumn is gradually approaching us. This Friday is the White Dew, one of the 24 Solar Terms in traditional Chinese lunisolar calendars, which is an autumn season. This is an autumnal season when the northern hemisphere’s sunshine hours are shorter and nighttime temperatures drop faster, causing moisture to condense into crystal clear dew drops. The poetic name “White Dew” originates from the ancient people’s observation of nature’s nuances. Our planet is also like a crystal clear blue-green pearl.

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International Museum Day
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Year-round Festival Series 16  – International Museum Day – Throwing Tomato Juice at an Artwork?

Year-round Festival Series 16  – International Museum Day – Throwing Tomato Juice at an Artwork?   Life is more important than art! So that’s why art is important. -James Baldwin, American author   Since May 2022, many of the more radical social movement environmental groups, such as Stop Oil in the UK and The Last Generation in Germany and Italy, have launched restrained attacks on world-famous artworks in museums across Europe, such as throwing tomato juice and mashed potatoes on the protective glass of artworks, in order to raise public awareness of the problem of new oil extraction and the

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