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Hong Kong local in line for Chinese opera post amid expat row

S.China Morning Post Friday, 20 October 2017
A local Chinese candidate has been shortlisted as the head of Hong Kong’s showcase centre for Cantonese opera at the West Kowloon arts hub amid a row over the appointment of an expatriate as director of performing arts. The new candidate will report to Alison Friedman, the Israeli-American whose appointment has been questioned by Cantonese opera performers who prefer home-grown talent to be used. A source at the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, which runs the hub, said on...
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News video: Hong Kong Fans Boo Chinese National Anthem at Football Game

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Hong Kong fans booed the Chinese national anthem at a football match on Tuesday, October 10. The local team was playing against Malaysia in an Asian Cup 2019 qualifier match. According to the Hong Kong Free Press, some were also seen turning their backs when the anthem began and holding up large...

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