60 Years of the Hong Kong Museum of Art

Oct 27 , 2022 | Lifestyle,Hong Kong

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Six decades ago, the Hong Kong Museum of Art began a journey that has positioned its home city on the global cultural map. Our Host James Chau speaks with Dr Maria Mok, HKMoA’s Museum Director.


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