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Although Hollywood Road and Cat Street have long been famous for their arts and antiques it's more than two decades since Hong Kong last had an antique fair.

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Last Tuesday the Hammer Stradivarius, made in 1707 by Italian violinmaker Antonio Stradivari, sold at Christie's auction house for US$3,544,000 after less than five minutes of bidding.

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Filmmaker, poet, writer, photographer, and multimedia and installation artist Christian Francois Bouche-Villeneuve, also known as Chris Marker, was born in Paris in 1921.

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As usual at this time of year, French May is under way. It's now the largest French Arts Festival in the Asia-Pacific region, and runs all the way to June 21st.

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Hong Kong-born cellist Trey Lee will be performing this Thursday evening at the City Hall. Later in the month he'll be in Beijing and Shanghai to give his first recital on the mainland.

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In 1886, a Scottish doctor, Patrick Manson persuaded local businessmen to invest in a company that would produce cows' milk and dairy produce in Hong Kong. The company was Dairy Farm.

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Throughout this month the Chung Ying Theatre Company is taking more than 2,000 students on a series of educational theatre cruises, which feature - among other things - a performance of "Mutin

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The music of the Icelandic rock group, Sigur Ros, defies easy categorisation. To some it's just weird. Others describe it as experimental classical-rock.

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On Thursday the US Consul General is opening an exhibition of paintings by Mark Rothko from the US National Gallery of Art in Washington.

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It's a packed show tonight as we fit in two very different studio performances.

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