Salute to Kwan Kung

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Guided Tours (Cantonese)

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“Kwan Kung in Prints” — Printmaking Workshop

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“Walk with Kwan Kung” Community Tour

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Kwan Kung Statue Carving Demonstration and Workshop

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“The Red Hare Goes Around”—Trotting Horse Lamp Making Workshop (Cantonese)

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“Dress Up as Kwan Kung” – Costume and Prop Making Workshop

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“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – The Kwan Kung Spirit in Public Relations

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“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – Local and Overseas Kwan Kung Temples

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“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – “In search of the story of Kwan Kung: Tainan”

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“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – “Kwan Kung and Chinese Culture”

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“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – “Kwan Kung in Chinese Opera”

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Time
2pm–3:30pm
Location
JC Cube Map
Price
Free of charge
“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – The Kwan Kung Spirit in Public Relations

General

Programme Partner
Design and Cultural Studies Workshop

Speakers
Tsang Sing Ming
Vivian Hung Wai Man

Various kinds of public relations crises in recent years are called “Kwan Kung Disasters” (a wordplay that inverts kung kwan, which means public relations in Cantonese).

Public relations specialist Mr Tsang Sing Ming has handled a gamut of crises during his 42 years of service at Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB). In this talk, he will share his experiences on how he handled them by applying the spirit of Kwan Kung. He will be joined by Ms Vivian Hung Wai Man, Assistant Manager of the Department of Public Affairs of Cable TV, who worked alongside Mr Tsang for many years.

Conducted in Cantonese

90 mins