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25.5.21 | Designing the service industry.
Having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a library card! Sha Tau Kok Public Library is ready to reopen this Friday after its recent relocation.
HK Disneyland will not be asking the government for money. The theme park has instead received a HK$2.1 billion revolving loan from Papa Walt (you know, just a small loan).
LegCo Review, an RTHK programme, streamed footage of the 4 June vigil without the permission of the editorial team. After this was aired on Friday, production for the programme was passed on to an outside team instead.
You’ll be able to take a cruise to nowhere soon. The government is working to launch plans for local cruise trips that stay within HK’s waters.
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Want to be this generation’s Jean Luc-Godard? You’re in luck; the Consulate General of France and Campus France will host a webinar on the latest in the French film industry.
Lok Man Rare Books sources and sells exactly what’s in its name – rare books from around the world. Whether it’s for a gift or for your own collection, the decade-old shop would have (or would be able to find) something for you.
This year’s theme for Knowledge of Design Week is Reimagining Service Economy. Questions that will be asked and explored include:
Why Service Design matters more to cities and businesses in the new economy?
Could your ventures be missing an important link to human-centric design for meaningful outcomes and engaging experiences?
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