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Sunday, December 16, 2018, 09:45
HK's intangible cultural heritage showcased in Beijing exhibition
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Sunday, December 16, 2018, 09:45 By chinadailyasia.com

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (center) co-officiates at the opening ceremony of the Oral Legacies-Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Exhibition Month at the Prince Kung's Mansion Museum in Beijing, Dec 15, 2018. Joining her as officiating guests are Xiang Zhaolun (second left), vice-minister of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, and Chen Tong (second right), director-general of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Department of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. (PHOTO PROVIDED TO CHINA DAILY)

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (front row, fifth from left), Xiang Zhaolun (front row, fourth from left), vice-minister of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, and Chen Tong (front row, fourth from right), director-general of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Department of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, take a group photo with intangible cultural artists from Hong Kong at the opening ceremony of the Oral Legacies-Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Exhibition Month in Beijing, Dec 15, 2018. (PHOTO PROVIDED TO CHINA DAILY)

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (first from left) appreciates Hong Kong's intangible cultural heritage at the opening ceremony of the Oral Legacies-Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Exhibition Month at the Prince Kung's Mansion Museum in Beijing, Dec 15, 2018. The exhibition features 20 cultural legacies in Hong Kong. (PHOTO PROVIDED TO CHINA DAILY)

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (center), Xiang Zhaolun (left), vice-minister of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, and Chen Tong (right), director-general of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Department of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, enjoy Hong Kong-style milk tea at the opening ceremony of the Oral Legacies-Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Exhibition Month at the Prince Kung's Mansion Museum in Beijing, Dec 15, 2018. (PHOTO PROVIDED TO CHINA DAILY)

Hong Kong-style milk tea master Donald Tse Chung-tak demonstrates his craftsmanship at the opening ceremony of the Oral Legacies-Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Exhibition Month at the Prince Kung's Mansion Museum in Beijing, Dec 15, 2018. (MIRIAM ZHANG / CHINA DAILY)

Eight pieces of cheongsam designed by Hong Kong students are displayed at the opening ceremony of the Oral Legacies-Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Exhibition Month at the Prince Kung's Mansion Museum in Beijing, Dec 15, 2018. (MIRIAM ZHANG / CHINA DAILY)

Costumes of Hakka unicorn dance, an intangible cultural heritage from Hong Kong, are showcased at the opening ceremony of the Oral Legacies-Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Exhibition Month at the Prince Kung's Mansion Museum in Beijing, Dec 15, 2018. (MIRIAM ZHANG / CHINA DAILY)

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