FEATURED CHARITABLE CAMPAIGN
by Jeff Hao
Hao Staff piano notation was launched as a not-for-profit activity by Jeff Hao – a business executive of over 20 years in the oil industry – in 2007 and has helped over 1,000 people with no music background realise their dream of playing the piano.
The story of Deadline was inspired by the case of the missing boy Etan Patz who was just 6 years old when he disappeared in New York in 1979. Deadline depicts the endless and painful waiting of the parents for their missing child, Brian.
In May 1967, riots broke up in various places in HK. There were countless strikes and homemade bombs. Our artistic imagination will guide us to turn the materials into a meaning and interesting performance.
In support of the WGO, Christine N Concerts is proud to present the acclaimed American pianist Thomas Hecht in concert.
by Adele Leung
The "Be Love. Be you." film is simply to open the conversation. The participants are choosing to be honest about who they are. This film invites, inspires and encourages others to share their amazingness.
Bringing an affordable and accessible Shakespeare Festival to Hong Kong; creating a unique artistic experience that people of all ages can enjoy.
The Extreme Environments programme links to City University’s groundbreaking Discovery-enriched Curriculum. This year the University-wide initiative brings students to one of the most remarkable science sites on the planet: Antarctica.
Jacqueline Lai's Equestrian Showjumping campaign has successfully raised an impressive HK$482,100 (US$62,673), the highest to date on FringeBacker. Breaking all of FringeBacker's fundraising records and setting the world's crowdfunding record for a sportsman, La's campaign has ended on 7 June, becoming probably the world's largest by an international athlete. With her campaign successfully funded, Jacqueline will be focusing on the outdoor season and readying herself for competitions, including the 12th National Games in September 2013.
The first Team Challenge crowdfunding on FringeBacker! 14 teams from City University of Hong Kong's School of Creative Media carved their mark by successfully crowdfunding over HK$202,190 (US$26,285) for their dramatic 21-day research expedition to Antarctica. And a WONDERFULLY HUGE last minute backing from Russian internet security multinational Kaspersky Labs on FringeBacker!
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