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1/ Living and Working with My Robot

Date: 2019/6/15 (Saturday)
Time: 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Venue: Hong Kong Central Library (Activity Room 1)
Description: The speaker will share with us the updated application of robot in our daily life and work.

2/ How to Catch up with the Unstoppable Online-shopping Trend

Date: 2019/3/16 (Saturday)
Time: 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Venue: Hong Kong Central Library (Activity Room 1)
Description: For the broad definition of online-shopping, it not only refers to the purchase of products on website, but also refers to the use of App for calling vehicle, ordering food, transferring money, or even trading fund stocks. As online-shopping can greatly lower the operating cost, the change of shopping behaviour to online is irreversible. However, for the general public who only know how to use WhatsApp, how can they move the first step to choose from the dazzling types of online-shopping and to catch up with the unstoppable online-shopping trend?

1/ The Hong Kong Musicians Series: FUNG Wah and "Kam Lok Fu"

Date: 2019/1/2 (Wednesday) to 2019/4/30 (Tuesday)
Time: Library Opening Hours
Venue: Hong Kong Central Library (10/F Arts Document Reading Room)
Description: FUNG Wah (1924-2017) was passionate about music throughout his life and was famous in the music field for more than 70 years. He made remarkable contribution to the Cantonese opera, Cantonese film, Cantonese operatic songs and the phonographic industry of Cantonese music in Hong Kong. He set up the music society "Kam Lok Fu" to promote Cantonese opera and nurture many notable artists.

The exhibition showcases the manuscripts of music scores, clay-printed script of the Cantonese opera, gramophone records, leaflet and photographs. Readers can find out more about the master of Cantonese music.

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