Taken from the Hong Kong Leisure Department’s website
Of all the Sacred Spaces in China, "Dunhuang / 敦煌" is among the most important. In recent times Dunhuang has become an umbrella term for a series of religious, historical, and archeological sites ...
Posted on August 9th, 2018
1/ We’ll gather at the Siu Hong MTR Station.
2/ There are several Light rail trains that will stop at Lam Tei / 藍地 where the monastery is located. Lam Tei is the NEXT stop on trains bound for the Yuen Long Light rail Terminus.
3/ Once at Lam Tei ...
Posted on July 28th, 2018
Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery / 妙法寺 from WikicommonsVisiting an ancient temple is an amazing experience. When you're there your mind often drifts back to earlier times when monks and nuns read their texts and chanted their sutras. Modern temples, on the o...
Posted on July 27th, 2018
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Suzie Wong and Holly Golightly are names that resonate strongly in Hollywood History as both stylish and iconic female protagonists. Comparing them might seem strange but there are, in fact, several threads...
Posted on July 25th, 2018
One of the great things about organizing for Sacred Spaces is meeting and collaborating with those who are passionate about Hong Kong Culture. In that spirit, Sacred Spaces is launching a series of talks designed to create a platform for those who a...
Posted on July 18th, 2018
Film Poster for To Whom It May Concern Ka Shen’s Journey
The FOURTH film in our Series titled: Chasing the Ghost of Suzie Wong
Within just two years Nancy Kwan had become the world’s most recognizable Chinese film star. Some have argued that she ...
Posted on July 12th, 2018
Hong Kong Sacred Spaces viewing Organic Float by Bahk Seon Ghi located 1/F Cambridge House at Taikoo Place
Hong Kong Sacred Spaces Public Art Walk at Taikoo Place
Cyril Ma and Justin Santini
Posted on July 10th, 2018
Among the various initiatives enacted here at Hong Kong Sacred Spaces the Hong Kong Food Culture Series has been one of the most popular. The Food Culture Series interrogates our knowledge of the Food System in Hong Kong by exploring little known ar...
Posted on June 28th, 2018
Pat Ha / 夏文汐 in My Name Ain't Suzie / 花街時代
Our mini-festival takes a turn towards the “ local" with a 1985 look at the “Suzie" phenomena titled "My Name Ain't Suzie / 花街時代" ( 96 minutes) directed by Angie Chen / 陳安琪 and starring Pat Ha / 夏文汐.
Posted on June 27th, 2018
Participation data is part of the Sacred Spaces overall administrative strategy and helps to maintain an iterative approach to event programming and transparent decision-making. The following post is designed to highlight two data points used by the E...
Posted on June 19th, 2018