Dear Colleagues and Students,

You are cordially invited to the Opening Ceremony of the Exhibition “Picturing Hong Kong: Ink Paintings by Contemporary Hong Kong Artists​ and the art talk​s/demonstrations. Details are as follows:

Opening Ceremony

Time: 3:30 – 4:00 pm
Venue: Ping Yuan and Kinmay W Tang Gallery, G/F, Lee Shau Kee Library
Language: Cantonese (Supplemented with English)

Officiating Guests

  • Mr Hau Kwei Wong, Artist
  • Mr Raymond Fung, Artist
  • Dr Wai Bong Koon, Artist
  • Ms Joey Leung, Artist
  • Ms Barbara Choi, Artist
  • Prof Roger Cheng, Associate Provost for Teaching and Learning, HKUST
  • Prof Christian A Daniels, Head and Professor of Humanities, HKUST
  • Prof Flora Fu, Associate Professor of Humanities, HKUST
  • Ms Diana Chan, University Librarian, HKUST

(A Gallery Tour from 4:15 – 5:15 pm after the Ceremony)

Talks and Demonstrations

The five participating artists will conduct four different talks and demonstrations for the HKUST community:

Sep 18 (Mon) : Mr Hau Kwei Wong
Oct 12 (Thu) : Dr Wai Bong Koon
Nov 13 (Mon) : Ms Joey Leung and Ms Barbara Choi
Nov 16 (Thu) : Mr Raymond Fung


Time: 12:00 – 1:30 pm
Venue: Multi-function Room, LG4, Lee Shau Kee Library
Moderator: Prof Flora Fu, Associate Professor of Humanities, HKUST
Registration: Library Event Registration

(Students may attain 1.5-hour credit for the HLTH1010 Healthy Lifestyle Course after attending the Talks)

About the Exhibition

This exhibition features five representative Hong Kong artists: Hau Kwei Wong, Raymond Fung, Wai Bong Koon, Joey Leung, and Barbara Choi, bringing together their ink paintings of Hong Kong scenery. With different backgrounds and ages, they command distinct artistic styles that reflect the multiple facets of contemporary ink painting in Hong Kong and diverse approaches to depicting her scenery.

More information can be found at

We look forward to seeing you at the Opening Ceremony and the Talks!

With warm regards,
Library Library and Division of Humanities

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