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Toddler Athletics - Session 2
July 14, 2020 (Tuesday)
Venue: Asia Society Hong Kong center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty

Asia Society members : HK$ 240
Non-members : HK$ 290
Registration at : 08:45
Event starts at : 09:00

SESSION 2\r\n\r\nSpark your child’s passion for sport and exercise with ASHKs Summer Toddler Athletics program! We have developed a series of fun athletics session to provide your child with a positive introduction to sport and inspire confidence in being physically active! \r\n\r\nEach session is run by professional coaches who will teach athletics skills especially designed for toddlers in a fun and friendly environment. The activities will promote hand-eye and eye-foot coordination, left right coordination and balance, as well as teach concentration, emotion control and sharing skills. Its perfect way to ignite an enthusiasm for sport that will stay with them for life.\r\n\r\nJoin one session, or join them all! Book now!

Please email programhk@asiasociety.org to be waitlisted for the event.
Summer Camp: Parents and Children Mindfulness Practice (14/07)
July 14, 2020 (Tuesday)
Venue: Asia Society Hong Kong center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty

Asia Society members : HK$ 450
Non-members : HK$ 550
Registration at : 18:15
Event starts at : 18:30

This summer camp is designed for parents and children to bond over mindfulness practice. Setting aside time to connect meaningfully is a cornerstone of building a solid relationship. With our children, we can enrich this time together simply through games, music and by playing together.\r\nIt is a series of four sessions. Each session has a theme and the facilitator will introduce the students some mindfulness practice (including, breath work, body scan, expression of gratitude) in light of the chosen theme. To deepen each session’s practice, the facilitator will incorporate other tools and approaches like Tibetan singing bowls, Gong and other sound instruments.\r\nBy end of the month-long summer camp, the parent and child will have enjoyed the quality time together and will continue creating the same experiences for each other after the summer camp.\r\n\r\nMember’s Pair: HK$450 per session / HK$1,500 for four sessions in one month\r\nNon-member’s Pair: HK$550 per session\r\n\r\nJuly 7\r\nSession 1\r\nGratitude – I can breathe and, therefore, I am alive! ● Simple Breath Work\r\n● Singing Bowls Meditation\r\n● “Gratitude” – what does it mean to you?\r\n\r\nJuly 14\r\nSession 2\r\nBeing Considerate ● Simple body movement and breath work\r\n● Singing Bowl Meditation\r\n● Being Considerate – what do you do to show that you are considerate? Why is that important?\r\n\r\nJuly 21\r\nSession 3\r\nBeing Generous ● Simple body movement and breath work\r\n● Singing Bowl Meditation\r\n● Being Generous – What do you do to show generosity? Why is that important?\r\n\r\nJuly 28\r\nSession 4\r\nBeing Responsible ● Simple body movement and breath work\r\n● Singing Bowl Meditation\r\n● Being Responsible – what is responsibility? What do you do to show that you are a responsible person? Why is that important?

Please email programhk@asiasociety.org to be waitlisted for the event.
[IN-PERSON] Central Banks and the COVID-19 Road to Recovery in Asia
July 15, 2020 (Wednesday)
Venue: Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty

Asia Society members : HK$ 750
Registration at : 12:15
Event starts at : 12:30

As of early June, Covid-19 has infected more than 7 million people worldwide. In spite of a global response that has encompassed case, community and travel-related measures, over 400,000 lives and counting have been lost. This crisis—like no other crisis—has led to a sharp economic contraction and shocked the global financial system. The International Monetary Fund has warned that the Covid-19 pandemic may trigger the worst recession since the 1930s Great Depression. Central banks have been at the forefront of an unprecedented response to provide liquidity to unfreeze markets and thereby support the real economy. The use of a wide array of tools has been successful in supporting financial and economic stability. But this crisis is not yet over. What are central bank priorities in the period ahead? How will Asia navigate the serious financial and economic headwinds and will this be complicated by trade tensions? In what ways can coordination among Asia’s policymakers help to address the challenges posed to the region? In what was seen as an Asian century, what will a post Covid-19 world look like for Asia and its economic recovery? \r\n\r\nJoin Siddharth Tiwari, Chief Representative of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) office for Asia and former long-time veteran of the IMF as he unpacks the latest thinking and insights from the seat of the world’s “Bank for Central Banks”. Ronnie C. Chan, Chairman of Asia Society Hong Kong Center, will moderate the discussion.

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Collective Conversations: The Historical Art of Andrew Luk
July 15, 2020 (Wednesday)
Andrew Luk, (b.1988) Echo Chorus: speculation 《迴聲和唱: 揣測》  2019, Copper
Andrew Luk, (b.1988) Echo Chorus: speculation 《迴聲和唱: 揣測》 2019, Copper
Venue: Asia Society Hong Kong center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty

Asia Society members : Free admission
Non-members : Free admission
Registration at : 18:15
Event starts at : 18:30

In this evening program, artist Andrew Luk will detail some of the concepts behind his work featured in our current exhibition Next Act: Contemporary Art from Hong Kong. Andrew will explore some of the channels he travels through when planning and preparing for his artworks and how looking closely at history and the art of conversation between different stories and elements informs his practice. The conversation will be moderated by curator Andre Chan.

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Dinner for Eight - Shaanxi Cuisine
July 16, 2020 (Thursday)
Venue: Sheung Wan

Asia Society members : HK$ 588
Registration at : 18:45
Event starts at : 19:00

This session is already full house, we are organizing another session on July 24. Please register for that session if you are interested to join!\r\n_________________________________________\r\n\r\nMissing the days when we can travel around the world? Dinner for Eight provides the unique experience to the members of Asia Society Hong Kong Center to travel via their palates. Hosted by a staff of ASHK, the seven other participants will get to taste the specially designed menu for a delightful gastronomic experience. Part of ASHK’s Around Asia in 80 Days series, Dinner for Eight helps to showcase countries around Asia and bring you their wealth of culture through an “armchair travel” style. \r\n\r\nThrough these intimate dinners, we hope to foster a closer community and encourage participants to explore the hidden gems in the Hong Kong F&B industry. In addition to tasting authentic cuisine specially designed for this event, participants can share travel stories and network with fellow members. Indulge your taste buds while enjoying great conversations about the cuisine, arts, traditions and culture.\r\n\r\nJoin Us for Dinner and Support Local Businesses!\r\n\r\n\r\nJULY 16: Authentic Shaanxi Cuisine at Sheung Wan\r\n\r\nLearn about Shaanxi province, the spiritual cradle of Chinese culture and history, as you try out some authentic rou jia mo (meat burgers) and delicious noodles. The recipes for the rou jia mo were created in Shaanxi province more than 1,000 years ago. The meat inside is mixed with 18 different kinds of spice and braised for 12 hours, providing a unique aroma. \r\n\r\nThe founders of this private kitchen all come from Shaanxi and their nostalgia for a taste of home led to the creation of this restaurant. One of the co-founder, who has a PhD from HKU School of Biomedical Sciences, will share his love for authentic Shaanxi cuisine and the restaurant’s founding story. \r\n\r\nDINNER MENU\r\n\r\n油泼腰花\r\nOil Seared Kidneys\r\n\r\n麻醬涮牛肚\r\nHoneycomb Tripe in Sesame Paste\r\n\r\n陝西涼皮\r\nShan-Xi Cold Rice Noodles\r\n\r\n蕎麥餄餎\r\nBuckwheat noodle\r\n\r\n涼拌苦瓜\r\nBitter Gourd Salad\r\n\r\n酸甜脆絲\r\nCrispy Shredded with Sour and Sweet Sauces\r\n\r\n大秦烤羊腿\r\nRoast Leg of Lamb\r\n\r\n招牌羊肉串\r\nClassic Lamb Kebab\r\n\r\n乾椒麻辣子雞\r\nSpicy Chicken with Chili Pepper\r\n\r\n孜然脆香魷魚絲\r\nSpicy Shredded Squid with Cumin\r\n\r\n\r\n香椿炒雞蛋\r\nFried Chinese Toon with Eggs\r\n\r\n地三鮮\r\nStir-fried Potato, Green pepper and Eggplant\r\n\r\n乾煸四季豆\r\nStir-fried String Beans\r\n\r\n疙瘩湯\r\nDough Drop Soup\r\n\r\n一口香肉夾饃\r\nStewed Pork Moo\r\n\r\n拔絲蘋果\r\nApple in Hot Toffee\r\n\r\n水果拼盤\r\nFruit Platter\r\n\r\n红白酒\r\nRed and White Wines\r\n\r\n\r\nOther Dinner for Eight:\r\nJULY 24: Authentic Shaanxi Cuisine at Sheung Wan\r\nJULY 31: Enjoy fresh seafood on a sampan fishing boat

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