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Intangible cultural heritage inheritor dedicated to promoting Xinjiang Muqam

Osman Amat, in his 60s, is a representative inheritor of the Twelve Muqam. Osman started to learn Muqam at the age of 7. He has mastered most of performing forms of the Twelve Muqam and brings them to the audience.


Volunteer dedicates all her love, passion to cats

At the reporters's first sight of Gan Nianrong, she was still concentratin ...


Design connects human and nature

Li Yue and Wang Wenhua, even though neither majored in design, managed to ...


Designer depicts women’s power in kaleidoscopic illustrations

Peng Cheng, born in 1990 in Henan Province, is a Shenzhen-based illustrato ...


HK food culture exhibition

Marking the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to motherland, a Hong K ...


GD Puppetry show

A Guangdong puppetry was staged at the Bay Opera of Shenzhen recently. Fea ...


School of Music committed to city’s culture development

On Nov. 1, 2021, the School of Music, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, ...


Festival greeted with boat racing

The Globe Trotters in Shekou, an international team of 11 members from eig ...


Pingshan impresses expats with culture, modernity​

Art, nature, history, tech ... you name it, Pingshan has got it. A group o ...


71-year-old American sings for CPC's centenary

DON RECHTMAN, a musician from California, the U.S., has created a song for ...