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Russian culture comes to Hong Kong

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Russian culture comes to Hong Kong


FacebookFirst Russian Culture Week is held in Hong Kong from October 21 to October 29, reports its official Facebook page. The forum named Russian Autumn is organized by Russian Club in Hong Kong and Russian Bazaar.

This outstanding Russian culture festival includes dozens of events including exhibitions, seminars, performances, Russian Ballet School open class, Russian national cuisine presentations, et cetera.

The Vice president of the Russian Club Lana Liu has commented that this event will “briefly open the door to the Russian soul”. Russian public will meet artists, designers, vendors, chefs, who live and work in Hong Kong for several years.

Galleries will be hosting Russian art and photograph exhibitions. Russian Club to organize two special events, the highlight of which is a joint Gala Dinner with From Russia With Art gallery.

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