Hong Kong

Film: "A Better Tomorrow"

The Freer|Sackler Museum of Asian Art presents a screening of John Woo's "A Better Tomorrow".

Law in Polarised Societies: Hong Kong and China

The University of Pennsylvania Center for the Study of Contemporary China will host a lecture by Professors Michael Hor, Simon Young, Fu Hualing, and Sun Haochen.

Will the Hong Kong Model Survive?: An Assessment 20 Years After the Handover

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China announces a hearing examining the long-term prospects for human rights and basic freedoms in Hong Kong as well as challenges to preserving it’s promised “high degree of autonomy.” 

Hong Kong Cinema Festival

The San Francisco Film Society hosts a weekend of new films from Hong Kong

A Talk by Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kium, Longtime Leader of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong

The NYU School of Law, U.S.-Asia Law Institute presents a talk by Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kium, the longtime leader of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong.

Symposium: Who Decides in China’s Rapid Urbanization? An Interdisciplinary Inquiry into the New Chinese City

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Carolina Asia Center presents a symposium on China's rapid urbanization.

Screening: Vanished Archives

The USC U.S.-China Institute presents a screening of Vanished Archives 消失的檔案, a documentary film about the 1967 riots in Hong Kong that some say is the starting point for the development of Hong Kong consciousness. Discussion with the director follows the screening.

Umbrella Movement Anniversary Exhibition, Los Angeles

The Hong Kong Forum, Los Angeles (HKFLA) presents an exhibition celebrating the anniversary of the Fall 2014 Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong. The Exhibition features photos, arts, musical performance as well as film screening which serve both as a reflection of the Umbrella Movement and a projection of Hong Kong's continuous struggle for democracy.

Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

The Carnegie Hall presents the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra.

Special Screening and Director Q&A: My Voice, My Life

The Museum of Tolerance hosts a screening of My Voice, My Life followed by Q&A with director Ruby Yang and film subject Jason Chow.

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