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New Insights and Resources Shared for Growing Business Globally How “smart” is living about to become? How will every aspect of people’s lives – including entertainment – become virtual and more intelligent? And how can United States businesses benefit from the global trends and opportunities in “smart” living and digital entertainment? The chief executives of ...
This creator of digital worlds sees the city as an ideal home base in the real world. Midway through his career in law and investment banking, Devin Ehrig had a hankering to do something more creative. As the son of a Hollywood producer, the United States-born Hong Kong resident had “grown up in the movie ...
LONDON — 3 July, 2019: Two of the top prizes at this year’s Cannes Film Festival have gone to ground-breaking movies which rely on FilmLight colour science for their distinctive looks. Parasite, from Korean director Bong Joon Ho, took the Palme d’Or, while director Mati Diop won the Grand Prix for Atlantique (Atlantics), the ...
Microwave Festival began in 1996 as an annual video art festival of the local video art institution Videotage. As technology progressed and became more accessible, video art slowly evolved to involve other media; thus Microwave began to embrace the wider range of new media art. As the first and only art festival in Hong Kong dedicated to new media art, Microwave has steadily grown into a well-established festival that brings cutting-edge works to provoke thought in the technological hub every year.
In its 10th anniversary, Microwave Festival celebrated by becoming an independent organization, completed with a re-branding by design partner Milkxhake and a strengthened curatorial and working team. Microwave then continues the hard work to inspire Hong Kong and the rest of the world with pioneering media artworks selected to suit themes relevant to the society today, while also avidly supporting the exchange and dialogue between artists, professionals, and the general public.
They envision that through the Microwave network, Hong Kong artists will be introduced to international institutions and curators, working as a platform and gateway for them to develop their art and skills. Apart from the grand annual festival, Microwave also endeavors to nurture a rising local new media arts community, organizing various programmes such as educational workshops, seminars, forums, and exhibitions.
Hong Kong Tourism board annual summer show PULSE. The show’s family focused story is a unique take on how much fun and excitement can be had in the city of Hong Kong in the Summer. With iconic characters inspired by traditional local food favourites such as the Pineapple Bun, the Egg Tart and Dim Sum […]